Introducing Debenu PDF Maximus

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Debenu PDF Maximus has now been released and is ready for evaluation and purchasing. 

Debenu PDF Maximus Box Product

We’re excited to announce the preview release of our newest product: Debenu PDF Maximus.

Maximus is an industrial-strength solution for automating your PDF workflows. It removes the need to perform manual operations on PDF files by instead using Action Lists to apply predefined actions on PDF files in a step wise fashion.

Processing of a single or multiple PDF files using standardized Action Lists increases productivity and improves consistency by removing manual labor and human error from the equation.

Workflows can be fully automated with the use of Watched Folders to apply Action Lists to files placed in the active input folder. Processed files are saved to the output folder.

Features include:

Debenu PDF Maximus Release Candidate 1 is available for testing purposes only until the 31st of January, 2012. It cannot be used in a production environment. The final version of Maximus will be released in early 2012.

Screenshot of Maximus


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  4. Jaime Arcila says:

    I believe it would be useful to have an Action to Convert PostScript to PDF.

  5. G says:

    Hi – can you convert old pdf forms that can not be saved with their form data (i.e. those forms created with older Acrobat) into new pdf forms that *CAN* be saved when viewed with the newer Acrobat that allows filled in pdf forms to be saved along with the form data.

    • debenublogadmin says:

      Hi There,

      Do you mean old PDF forms that cannot be saved using only Adobe Reader? If so, no, only the new versions of Acrobat can enable PDF forms to be saved in Adobe Reader. This isn’t a feature of PDF per se, but rather a feature of Adobe Reader that is unlocked with a secret digital signature in the PDF.

      If you have any further questions, please let me know.

      – Rowan.

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