Welcome to PDF Vision .Net
PDF Vision .Net enables .NET applications to convert Images (GIF, JPG, BMP, multipage TIFF, PNG), and HTML, ASPX into PDF, Images.
PDF Vision .Net can be used in any type of .NET application, either ASP.NET websites or Windows Forms applications, to produce a PDF hard copies from files, URLs and memory streams.
The output settings are customizable – it is possible to set a custom page size, choose page orientation and add text to header and footer of a PDF document or specify page numbers. The library is designed to perform conversion in memory without addressing the hard disk drive.
The component can be used in .NET Framework 2.0 - 4.8 in 32 and 64-bit platforms.
PDF Vision .Net is completely written in managed C#, it represents only the file "SautinSoft.PdfVision.dll" and doesn't require anything else.
This scheme shows general functions of the PDF Vision .Net:
PDF Vision .Net is what you need. It's a very simple in use and robust component! We offer you 100% .NET library, which will enhance your Web-Server ASP.NET or Windows Forms application to generate PDF documents on fly. PDF Vision .Net provide you by API to:
Convert HTML to PDF in .NET.
Transform ASPX pages to PDF.
Convert Tif to PDF.
Convert multipage Tiff to PDF.
Generate PDF from JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG, ICO, TIFF, WMF, EMF.
Create PDF from pack of images at once, like a Photo Gallery.
Split and merge PDF documents.
What PDF Vision .Net can do:
Allows you to convert images to PDF using eight different converting methods, working with files, byte arrays, directories etc.
Allows to convert multiple images into single PDF.
Convert HTML and URL to PDF using two converting methods.
Specify page size, orientation and margins for produced PDF.
Specify page header and footer.
Set quality and size of output PDF document.
Change scale and width/height of images in PDF, make all images by the same size.
Looking for PDF to Images? PDF Focus .Net, it's another our library, can do it!
.NET Framework 2.0 and higher.
Entirely written in managed C#, therefore absolutely standalone.
Your license will never expire, no subscription fees.
Can be easily updated through NuGet.
Unlimited free technical support for all clients and testers.
Summarize, we'd like to point out about the assembly interface. You will likely be surprised at the amount of built in functionality. But it's easy to start work with the component.
To investigate this by yourself, see the list with the Code Examples.