callas pdfaPilot was created as an easy-to-use quick and secure instrument that allows you to check if your documents comply with the PDF/A standard.
Designed for archive users, public authorities and enterprises, pdfaPilot enables the verification of PDF/A documents according to ISO 19005-1.
Non-compliant PDF files can be saved as valid PDF/A documents with the touch of a button.
Here are some key features of "callas pdfaPilot":
· converts PDF files according to PDF/A-1 and implements all necessary corrections
· supports both degrees of conformity (PDF/A-1b and PDF/A-1a)
· embeds missing fonts
· can replace missing fonts
· optimizes all color data for compliance to the PDF/A-1 standard
· adapts comments and form fields to the defaults of the PDF/A-1 standard
· removes unwanted attributes such as layers
· adapts image compressions to the PDF/A-1 specifications
· brings document information into line with PDF/A-1 specifications
· saves newer PDF versions as PDF 1.4 and later (specified by PDF/A-1)
· all adjustments and corrections are implemented without loss of information
· clear reports document all test and correction procedures
· 7 days trial
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· New profile for optimized conversion of Office documents to CMYK (based on recommendations of FOGRA/PSD)
· New Fixup to create embedded thumbnails of pages
· New Fixup: Disambiguate APPROX values in JPEG2000 images
· Folder used in fixups for config files can now directly opened
· Problem solved, where invalid widths entries for a font were not properly detected [CA1021220]
· Problem solved, where text encoding malformed after PDF/A conversion
· Problem solved, where a false coded inline image caused an improper result [CA1021751]
· Problem solved, where conversion of certain tagged and scanned PDF failed [FP21699]
· List potential font problems”: Check “Text cannot be mapped to Unicode” added
· Remove empty group and block level elements from tagging structure: Problem solved where table cells were not properly handled
· Office conversion: Problem solved, where table of content was not properly conv...