That's a little like asking for someone's Netflix password. Most companies discourage this in their EULA, or nobody would buy the software. There is a trial version on Recosoft's website, so you might be able to do it yourself.
Yeah i know, but i payed 500 bucks to safe my HDD and now InDesign says, that my documents are corrupt.
Only the PDFs are still "alive" but i can not edit them. Hopefully you can understand me better now
I understood you the first time, but you didn't pay Recosoft, but you are asking to benefit from their work without paying them. If that's OK with them, then that's between you two, but I'm just passing on info.
the trial is only for 4 pages and has a watermark. i Need 100 pages.
So buy it!
I represent Recosoft the creators of PDF2ID and I would like to clarify our licensing policy so there is no ambiguity. First of all with respect to trial versions it clearly says its purpose is for evaluation of the software only. Any end-use of the result created by the trial version for production/commercial/final-consumption purpose is prohibited (so cut/copy/transfer). Furthermore, the license has a very specific clause about Software as a Service where someone just converts a file and sends it to you. Its prohibited. This is not allowed. I suggest reading the license agreement carefully and understanding the terms of usage.
As I read that you represent Recosoft I wonder if you can help me UNINSTALL the trial version so that I can install the standard version I have purchased, please? When I look at the Control Panel options to uninstall this program does NOT appear on the list and therefore I am unable to remove it from my laptop and am stuck!!
If you can't find someone to do the conversion for you, as an alternative you can send the corrupt file to Adobe support and they may be able to fix it for you.
A previous discussion here details the process: Corrupt InDesign file
(Either way, I hope you're able to get an editable file again. I've had InDesign docs go corrupt on big projects; it's a nightmare.)
already did that - they told me, that they can't safe my documents 😕
That sucks. As far as finding someone willing to convert the file for you, try the graphic design forum on Reddit. Explain your situation, be very polite, and you're likely to find at least one person who'll help out a fellow designer in a bind. Something crazy like this happens to all of us at one point or another in our careers, and I, at least, have found the design community on the web at large to be very helpful when real project emergencies strike.
Quite frankly, this is exactly why you should backup your systems on a regular basis. Many don't want to be bothered by the discipline of doing regular backups, but in this type of situation, they will readily save your tuchas. Even if you have a copy of the PDF to InDesign converters, all they supply is a starting point after which you have quite a bit of work to get the document into a usable and editable state.
And a really laborious method is to open the PDF in Acrobat Pro and export it to Word (file / Save As / Word). Then bring the Word document into InDesign and lay it out again.
If your time is worth money, purchase the software from Recosoft. If you have all the time in the world, export the content from PDF.