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Compress PDF, TIFF and JPEG image files into the smallest file sized PDFs achievable anywhere. New compression technology.

You will get perfect image quality but with an average of 10 times smaller file sizes than standard PDFs can achieve.

Our unique vPDF/vPEG compression technology is used worldwide by Government, Military, Police and Industry to archive, use and preserve large files. Now you can use this technology to compress your files, such as scanned documents and photos, into files with sizes others can only match with low resolution black and white images.

                        

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vPDF™ Samples and info'

  • View samples and read about scanned document PDF compression and the vPDF™ technology.
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 vPDF™ Desktop Encoder

  • vpdf desktop encoder
  • Convert, compress and create super compressed, perceptually lossless PDF files 10x smaller than standard PDF’s.
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vPDF™ Virtual Printer

  • vpdf virtual printer
  • Document and PDF compression using vPDF™ technology from any application. Create super compressed PDF's straight from the Print function in any application. On average 10x smaller than standard PDF’s.
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vPDF™ Server Encoder and Command Line Tools

  • vpdf server encoder
  • Watch folder locations and automatically compress and convert all incoming PDF and/or TIF files to 10x smaller than standard PDF's.
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DocSmart

  • docsmart
  • Instant network and desktop file search, retrieval and preview software with full OCR and text content search
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ScanStation and Scan Desktop

  • scanstation
  • One click, unlimited profile, colour scanning including built in vPDF™ technology and full OCR.
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MailPoint

  • mailpoint
  • Email and attachment saving, removal and management for Outlook.
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vPEG Photo Compressor

  • mailpoint
  • Visually lossless photo compressor with 10X smaller file size.
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