Looking for advice on the best approach to do something others may have tried. I have PDFs with text and graphics. They are very large, due to the graphics. I want to read each PDF and produce a new PDF with the text just as it was in the original, but rasterize the rest of the graphics into a fairly low res bitmap to be added behind the text, reducing the overall filesize of the bitmap.
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How to duplicate PDF text but rasterize graphics
I originally posted this on Stack Overflow. KillIndirect which does what it says and PdfWriter. Image, PRIndirectReference which you can then use to replace what you killed off. See the comments in the code for more of an explanation.
Rasterize a PDF to Images
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How to recompress images in a PDF using iTextSharp
Released: Sep 18, View statistics for this project via Libraries. Tags pdf, vector, graphics, PDF, nup, watermark, split, join, merge. The examples directory has a few scripts which use the library. But that assumes several things, including that the personnel know how to operate the hardware and software.