We have large PDF arround 1 GB

Community Beginner ,
Dec 08, 2020 Dec 08, 2020

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We have PDF File which has size from 700MB to 1GB. This is because it contains the high resolution images which is required for processing means resolution cant be reduced .

 

Can any one has an implementation of viewing such large Files  

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Download and install, PDF Embed API, PDF Services API

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Dec 08, 2020 Dec 08, 2020

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You'd be better off creating a version for whatever processing you are doing and one for online viewing.

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Dec 10, 2020 Dec 10, 2020

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I think it is good idea to reduce resolution of images and create another version for online view 

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LEGEND ,
Dec 09, 2020 Dec 09, 2020

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The customer will need the bandwidth to download 1GB of data, and the memory requirements will be huge; possibly such large amounts will be blocked by some browsers. I don't think the document services API is what you need if you will not compromise, and nor will any similar competitor, since you have created your own limitations. You may want a server-side renderer - but PDF is really not ideal for this. Rendering portions of huge data sets on demand is a specialist task - but is used by mapping apps and the like. No doubt specially prepared data in multiple resolutions, or a vector derivable map, is used. Otherwise, your spec pushes beyond today's reasonable limits. Maybe in 10 years.

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Customer has such a large file today it's not 10 years beyond requrement

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LEGEND ,
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You can make a file, and decide you have a requirement, but it does not make it possible. My "10 years" estimate is a rough estimate of when computer power and internet speeds might have reached a point to entertain such an idea. Meanwhile, I think you have the advice you need to start a new and different approach.

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