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Render Pages to TIFF Format Using PSPDFKit Processor 2022.1

Bartosz Szafran

We’re pleased to announce that PSPDFKit Processor 2022.1 is out. This version introduces a new image format for converting PDFs to images: TIFF.

PDF-to-TIFF Conversion

Beginning with version 2022.1 of our Processor for Linux, you can use .tiff files in addition to the already supported .png, .jpeg, and .webp image files when generating images from PDFs. You can convert PDFs to TIFF images using the /render API endpoint:

curl -X POST http://localhost:5000/render \
  -F file=@Example.pdf \
  -F options='{
  "options": {
    "width": 1000,
    "format": "tiff"
}' \
  -o image.tiff

See our guide for converting PDFs to images for more information.

Tuning PDF Generation Timeout

PSPDFKit Processor 2022.1 adds a new configuration option that enables you to configure PDF generation timeout. This configuration option is useful when generating a large document, which can take a significant amount of time. With the new configuration option, PDF_GENERATION_TIMEOUT can be modified to avoid timeouts.

Other Improvements and Fixes

This release also ships with a bunch of improvements and bug fixes.

For a complete list of changes, see the PSPDFKit Processor 2022.1 changelog and the migration guide.

If you’re interested in PSPDFKit Processor, please contact our sales team. For a complete list of features, please visit our PDF Processor product page. We’d love to hear about your use case and discuss how to best implement it.

Bartosz Szafran Server and Services Engineer

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