Recosoft Corporation's PDF2ID v1.0 – PDF to InDesign® Document Conversion Tool Ships

PDF converter gives users editable InDesign® documents for use in a variety of desktop publishing and page layout projects.

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Osaka, Japan (PRWEB) September 13, 2007

Recosoft Corporation the developer of the PDF2Office® family of products, cross platform file format conversion solutions and PDF converters, has started shipping PDF2ID v1.0 for Adobe® InDesign® CS2/CS3.

PDF2ID v1.0 operates as a plug-in for InDesign® CS2/CS3, a PDF converter that yields an editable InDesign® document by recreating the intended construction and layout of the document. PDF2ID forms paragraphs; applies styles; regroups graphic elements; extracts images; creates tables; recovers annotations and other complex elements automatically; converting every PDF page to an equivalent page in the final InDesign® document.

PDF2ID is the only PDF converter available for InDesign® CS2/CS3 offering a direct, transparent and effortless process for PDF document data retrieval and reuse in an InDesign® document. PDF2ID utilizes sophisticated computing algorithms and models in delivering a highly accurate reconstruction of a PDF document to the InDesign® document format. Furthermore, PDF2ID is based on a client-server architecture delivering optimal conversion performance on modern multi-core systems.

PDF2ID has been engineered from the ground-up to provide seamless integration with Adobe® InDesign® CS2/CS3 eliminating the necessity to acquire and install additional PDF data recovery tools; resulting in enhanced workflow automation and providing huge cost savings in both time and expense.

Key Features

  •      Convert PDF documents directly in Adobe InDesign CS2/CS3
     PDF2ID operates as plug-in for Adobe InDesign converting PDF files to the InDesign CS2/CS3 format within seconds.

  •      Complex PDF file reconstruction
     PDF2ID uses sophisticated computing modeling technologies in recreating the intended construction of the PDF document, supporting complex abstractions such as text on a path, gradients, transparencies, clipping paths and mathematical transformations.

  •      Advanced Conversion Controls
     PDF2ID provides complete control over the conversion process. Options for font substitution, text frame reduction, annotation management, image resolutions exist designed for fine-tuning the conversion result.

  •      Multi-Platform support
     PDF2ID supports both InDesign® CS2 and CS3 for the Macintosh and Windows platforms and certified to run under the 32 bit and 64 bit variants of the Operating Systems.

  •      Multi-Language/Asian Language Support
     PDF2ID supports English, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Western European-language data contained in PDF documents.

PDF2ID is available immediately worldwide from the Recosoft online store in the following configurations:

PDF2ID v1.0 for Mac OS X -- US$249.00
PDF2ID v1.0 for Windows -- US$249.00

Full details of PDF2ID v1.0 can be viewed at - http://www.recosoft.com/products/pdf2id

About Recosoft Corporation
Recosoft Corporation is headquartered at Osaka, Japan and is the developer and provider of cross platform software and information technology solutions. The company is solidifying its spot as a leader in designing PDF converters and PDF file recovery software solutions that are simple, elegant utilities helping users get the best use out of a PDF file. For more information on Recosoft PDF converters, visit http://www.recosoft.com/

Contact Information
Paul Chadha
Recosoft Corporation
Utsubo-Hommachi 2-9-11, Nishi-ku, Osaka, Japan
Tel: +81-6-6443-0015
Fax: +81-6-6443-1458
info(at)recosoft.com

©Copyright 2007 Recosoft Corporation
PDF2ID and PDF2Office are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Recosoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Adobe and InDesign are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries. All other trademarks are recognized and are the property of their respective owners.

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