Hello all, we are using in our product Aspose.pdf to convert PDF to Postscript via viewer.printLargePdf.
Our customer has a big original PDF file (e.g. 3MB). We found out that with using the methods above it takes almost 6-9 Minutes to convert it and the resulting file size is ca. 140-200MB.
Even a 1MB File will be converted to 48MB.
Which is, from our point of view, too long and too big to handle in our application.
PDF_TO_PS_conversion2.jpg (137.7 KB)
I have prepared a unit test class and have added as well some example files which should be converted.
docconverter.zip (3.7 MB)
For running the unit test:
- You need to set up a printer on your laptop/PC with name ‘PS_Printer’ (or similar) which uses a Postscript driver, e.g. HP Universal PS Printing or similar. It doesn’t matter what driver I use, the size is almost the same.
- Please setup in the init() method the license information for Aspose.PDF, as if no license used, the converted document contains only 4 pages ;-), which is not correct.
- Put the attached PDF file into a folder C:\temp\xxxxx.pdf - adjust the folder name, if necessary, to your environment.
We have used Aspose.pdf version 20.2 and 20.3, but with the same bad results.
Are you aware of these problems and do you have a solution for this?
Thanks a lot for your support