EMF to PDF SDK
Content comes in all shapes, sizes, and formats. One format that can be particularly important is EMF (Enhanced Metafile Format). Designed as a native graphic format for Windows, EMF can contain vector and bitmap components. It can be used to embed rich graphical content in documents or reports, or to render content for viewing. Converting EMF to PDF can be important because it can then deliver a simple, consistent viewing experience across platforms and systems. If you need to programmatically convert EMF to PDF or even PDF to EMF Quick PDF Library is the toolkit for you.
Quick PDF Library allows developers to build EMF-to-PDF conversion functionality into their own applications to facilitate reliable viewing. The SDK can also be used to create PDF from a variety of other image formats including WMF, JPG, GIF, BMP, TIFF and PNG.
- Convert EMF (or WMF) to PDF
- Convert JPG, GIF, BMP and PNG to PDF
- Convert TIFF to PDF
The documentation includes code samples in a variety of programming languages for each function to help you get started.
Examples of image to PDF Conversion being used
- Convert an image to PDF programmatically
- Add images to PDF programmatically
- Large PDF file size after adding PNG image using AddImageFromStream
- Control the compression of JPG images during conversion to PDF
More examples of practical applications can be found in our Knowledge Base.