Iceni Technology Argus v6.2.00 Cracked-EAT

Software, Office. July 25, 2011 by CONFiG.
Iceni Technology Argus v6.2.00 Cracked-EAT

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Release Name: Iceni Technology Argus v6.2.00 Cracked-EAT

Industrial Strength PDF Conversion
If you need bulk conversion of PDF documents to any text or image format, Argus presents the ideal, "industrial strength" solution.

Argus accurately converts the majority of PDF document types including financial/report based, newspaper/magazines, books and even structured PDF.

It comes with a selection of pre-configured output schemes including HTML and RTF which may be extended, modified or completely re-written to produce any text-based output format required.

With its built-in rendering engine, image export and scaling facilities, the software can also handle any aspect of image generation or conversion you need.

Argus is packaged as a command-line driven Solaris (Sparc), Linux (x86), or Windows application. The stand-alone application does not require any Adobe software and can operate comfortably on a "headless" server machine using on-demand script calls or via its built-in spooler.


Export & reflow text in any format
Export tabular data retaining layout
Export PDF Forms data – the fields and their contents
Export text via article thread
Export embedded photos as EPS, Tiff, JPEG, PNG or BMP
Export photos as Photoshop EPS with clip paths
Export images with original OPI data (if available)
Export structured/tagged PDF to XML
Superb page layout retention in HTML and RTF
Render at any resolution & colour depth to any of the above formats
Render documents as multi-page Tiff
Built-in spooler for totally automated operation
Includes C/C++/Visual Basic software development kit (SDK)
Compatible with all versions of PDF
Supports 40-bit and 128-bit encrypted documents
Supports all standard text encodings e.g. UTF-8, BIG-5, Shift-JIS



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