Load Files in C#
Load PDF documents and images using C#. This is the first step in using the full potential of our library. Loading files to one of our custom classes allows you to perform different actions on those files. You can use different kind of sources, such as a local machine, a byte array, a stream object, or remote URLs.
Use the loading methods of the
GdPicturePDF class to handle annotations, page labels, and other PDF-related functionalities. Loading an image to our
GdPictureImaging class enables you to access different image format types, manipulate their content, draw new elements, and take full advantage of their metadata. If you want to convert files to different formats, use the loading methods of the
GdPictureDocumentConverter class, which has the best performance for document conversion. The
AnnotationManager class allows you to manage custom GdPicture and XMP annotations.
PSPDFKit SDKs are deployed in some of the world’s most popular applications, such as those made by Autodesk, Disney, DocuSign, Dropbox, IBM, and Lufthansa.
Multiple file format support — Check the full list of supported file types
Load from various sources — Use your local machine, a byte array, a stream object, or a remote URL as the file source
Guides for Loading a File
Load a PDF Document
Load PDF documents
Load an Image
Load JPEG, PNG, bitmap, TIFF, and more image formats
Load a File for Conversion
Load any kind of file to change its format
Load Files with Annotations
Access the annotations stored in a file