VeryUtils XPS to PDF Converter Command Line does convert from XPS and OXPS files to PDF and Image files.
VeryUtils XPS to PDF Converter Command Line is a powerful software to batch convert from XPS files to PDF files and raster image formats. It does not need the third part software, it converts Microsoft XPS files to searchable PDF files quickly, the output PDF files are fully searchable in Adobe Reader and can be indexed in Acrobat Catalog. The industry standard PDF (Portable Document Format) documents can be viewed and printed using the Adobe Acrobat range of products, distribute your print files around the Internet or your company Intranet for easy viewing, searching and printing.
Both XPS and PDF are used to produce and share finalized documents: resumes, newsletters, invoices, legal documents, financial reports, tax returns and other types of documents. XPS format was meant to replace PDF as a universal standard for documents, but as for now PDF seems to have won this digital war.
Though both formats have pretty much the same functionality, XPS (XML Paper Specification XPS, Open XML Paper Specification, OXPS), compared to PDF (Portable Document Format), seems to be almost dead in the water. If your colleague or friend receives an XPS file from you, they might find it difficult to open or even consider it as malware.
We have a XPS to PDF Converter Command Line software, this software allows you to convert from XPS files to PDF files in batch mode using command line interface (CLI), you can integrate VeryUtils XPS to PDF Converter Command Line software into your application and redistribute it along with your product to your customers royalty free.
VeryUtils XPS to PDF Converter Command Line features,
Supports converting Microsoft XPS files to PDF files in batch mode.
Supports converting Microsoft XPS files to image files in batch mode.
It does not require Adobe Acrobat software for XPS to PDF conversion.
Supports combine multiple Microsoft XPS files to one Adobe PDF file.
Supports creating "owner password" and "user password" protected PDF file.
Supports password protection for PDF files with 40 or 128 bit encryption.
Supports setting PDF file permissions to restrict printing, copying, and future modifications to the document.
Supports multifarious image format, such as tiff, jpeg, bmp, gif, pcx, png, emf, wmf and so on.
Supports color depth and resolution settings to create raster image file(s).
||Free to try
Windows Server 2016,
Windows Server 2008,