SautinSoft, an internet-driven independent software developer, has recently released version 3.2 of their PDF Focus .Net library. In the new version considerably improved the set of API to convert PDF documents to Jpeg, Multipage TIFF, Bitmap and System.Drawing.Image class. PDF Focus .Net significantly facilitates the developing of .Net applications where required PDF to Images conversion.

The first point of innovations is converting of PDF document into a set of Jpeg images. Now PDF Focus .Net offers a wide set of API to convert PDF into Jpeg with a vast majority parameters, such as customize DPI, color depth, page number and so forth. The point of this is easy integration of the component into any kind of software.

Furthermore, added the function to rasterize PDF to Multipage TIFF documents with only few code lines in C#. First and foremost, this function will be useful to develop software for graphic artists, the publishing industry, and both amateur and professional photographers in general, basically anyone who needs to learn how to publish a book or an image or an audio file. TIFF format is widely supported by image-manipulation applications, by publishing and page layout applications, by scanning, faxing, word processing, optical character recognition. In the new version of PDF Focus .Net added API to scale resulting images and convert PDF to image with custom dimensions in pixel, points and percents.

Prices for the developer license for PDF Focus .Net begin at $578(US). The license never expires, and includes 12 months of updates. There are no royalty fees for the use of PDF Focus .Net. Extremely important that SautinSoft offers a free technical support and consultation about integration PDF Focus .Net to various software types by online-chat, email, phone, and Skype.

SautinSoft has provided a free evaluation license for new users who wish to experiment with PDF Focus .Net before purchasing a developer, site, or server license.

The library requires only .Net 2.0 or higher, and can be used in C#, VB.Net, and Delphi.Net, as well as ASP.Net, WPF, WinForms, Silverlight and runs on 32-bit and 64-bit platforms on Windows, Linux (Mono-project), Android and Mac.

PDF Focus .Net 3.2 has been designed to be completely compatible with Windows 8, and is written in Visual Studio 2012 and compiled against .Net 4.5. Further details are available on their website at