My hospital is working on a project about printing postal mails.
The provider we choose to print our postal mails claims that our PDF must be converted into PDF X1A.
So, we purchased our Aspose.PDF.NET key to do this.
But we have some troubles with the X1A conversion.
For example, converting a PDF without standard with a size of 340 ko produces a PDF X1A with a size of 30.8 Mo.
Size is multiplied by 90! Storage and exchange with the provider are difficult with a such size!
I tried to optimize the X1A result PDF with the method: Document.OptimizeResources(Aspose.Pdf.Optimization.OptimizationOptions.All)
And finally it produces a PDF X1A with a size of 8.3Mo. Size is now multiplied by 25. It’s better but i’m wondering:
Is it possible to do better ? With a size multiplied by 4 or 5? Or X1A standard implies a such size?
Is there a risk that OptimizeResources method produces a PDF with a low quality (Missing or fuzzy pictures/fonts) ? We can’t check every PDF before printing and sending.
Thank you for helping us.