TET / TET PDF IFilter 5.1 available


Find out about new and improved features in PDFlib TET 5.1, our reliable Text and Image Extraction Toolkit:


(un)numbered lists now identified and expressed in TETML

repair mode for damaged input documents with cross-reference streams

improved workarounds for non-conforming input documents

improved performance for disabled image, color, and vector engines


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PDFlib 9.1 now available

PDFlib 9.1 with new features for color handling


PDFlib/PDFlib+PDI/PPS 9.1 introduces new features related to color handling:


DeviceN and NChannel color spaces with an arbitrary number of colorants

PDF/X-5n for exchange of n-colorant production files, e.g. in the packaging industry

SVG color extension for ICC profiles, spot and DeviceN color as well as Gray/RGB/CMYK device color for increased usability of SVG for print production

Pantone Extended Gamut Coated (XGC) spot colors and Pantone Plus 2016 update

Color gradients with an arbitrary number of stop colors for flexible color blends

Color gradients between different spot colors, e.g. blends of Pantone colors

Default color spaces can be specified for pattern, templates and Type 3 font glyphs


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PLOP / PLOP DS 5.2 available


PDFlib PLOP, our versatile tool for linearizing, optimizing, repairing, analyzing, encrypting and decrypting PDF documents. PDFlib PLOP DS, our solutiion for applying digital signatures to PDF documents. Check out the latest powerful Version 5.2:


Support for OAEP padding and PSS encoding schemes for RSA

Time-stamping according to RFC 5816

Optimized file size and processing time for generating signatures

Support for indirect CRLs

Improvements for multi-threaded signing

Support for signing with a Hareware Security Module (HSM)


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PDF 2.0: What to expect from the new standard?


See our overview on the highlights of the upcoming PDF 2.0 standard (ISO 32000-2). New capabilites, notably for Tagged PDF and print production have been introduced. Also, find out about those features that have been present in Acrobat and existing PDF standards for quite a while. We have covered some deprecated features as well.