Qoppa Software, a leading producer of PDF software, announces version 10 of PDF Studio, their powerful, easy to use PDF editor for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. PDF Studio 10 adds a number of new features including PDF Optimization, Overlay Comparison, Conversion to HTML5 and Touch Mode.
The new Optimizer function provides many options for users to reduce the file size of PDF documents before sharing or publishing them. Images can be downsized and compressed, unused and duplicate objects removed, and data streams compressed. It is possible to save custom optimizer profiles and even to optimize a batch of PDF documents at once.
Architects and engineers will enjoy the new PDF Overlay Comparison view which allows visual comparison of drawings and blue prints by overlaying two documents and highlighting the differences using complementary colors. Users can switch back and forth between Overlay Comparison and Side by Side Comparison, and add annotations to both documents.
PDF Studio’s new Touch Mode will make it easier than ever to annotate and edit PDF documents using a pen, stylus or even a finger on tablets and touch enabled laptops. This is expected to be a hit with the many professionals working with PDF documents on the go who are fast adopting the new powerful tablets available on the market such as the Microsoft Surface Pro, Dell Venue, Lenovo Yoga, or Lenovo Thinkpad…
Researchers, writers and others professionals needing to publish PDF documents on the web will find it very easy to convert PDF documents to HTML5 using PDF Studio 10. Qoppa’s new proprietary PDF to HTML5 conversion engine is fast and highly accurate, as it takes advantage of the SVG format, natively supported by HTML5, and preserves vector graphics and advanced graphical features found in the original PDF.
PDF Studio 10 also adds improvements to existing features, including layers, bookmarks, annotations, form fields, and printing and scanning. The application has a sleeker look with new icons and many user interface improvements.