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command line remove jpeg2000

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Jul 23, 2021 Jul 23, 2021

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is there a way we can remove jpeg2000 content from a pdf file through command line execution?  My company processes 1000s of pdf files, and if there is any jpeg2000 content it will fail in the process, so we'd like to remove all jpeg2000 content before we try to upload the file to our server.

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Jul 23, 2021 Jul 23, 2021

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Acrobat has no command line processing.

Also... Acrobat is not for this kind of automated server (like) use - frontending a server still needs a server, and server licensing for Acrobat does not exist.

 

Maybe you could do something with a C app using Adobe PDF Library - but what do you want to happen

* JPEG 2000 images are deleted, leaving holes?

* JPEG 2000 images are somehow converted to a different compression and left on the page?

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