Neevia Document Converter Pro v6.8 user’s guide
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PNG/BMP/PCX/PSD Output Formats
General Settings Tab
Resolution - sets the image resolution.
Colorspace - allows you to select the color space/number of colors in the output document.
Since these image formats do not support multi-page files, when converting documents that have more than 1
page, Document Converter will produce a file for each page of the original document. The filename suffix allows
you to control how the single page files will be named - if you set %d Document Converter will add the page
number to the file name. You can also control the number of digits used in the file name by replacing %d with
%0Nd where N is the number of digits you want to have, for example %03d will force the converter to produce
files with names like this: 'filename001.pcx', ... , 'filename010.pcx', ... %04d will produce: 'filename0001.pcx',
... , 'filename0010.pcx', ...
Advanced Settings Tab
Text antialiasing/Graphics antialiasing
These options control the use of subsample antialiasing. Their use is highly recommended for producing high
quality rasterizations. The subsampling box size should be 4 bits for optimum output, but smaller values can be
used for faster rendering. Antialiasing is enabled separately for text and graphics content. Allowed values are
None, 1 bit, 2 bits or 4 bits.
Note that because of the way antialiasing blends the edges of shapes into the background when they are drawn
some files that rely on joining separate filled polygons together to cover an area may not render as expected
with Graphics antialiasing at 2 or 4 bits. If you encounter strange lines within solid areas, try rendering that file
again with Graphic antialiasing at 1 bit.
Select On to enable image interpolation for all images, improving image quality for scaled images at the
expense of speed.
Well Tempered Screening
If On, then the Well Tempered Screening algorithm is used for halftoning. Otherwise, a rational tangent
algorithm is chosen, which will typically result in significant differences between the screen angle and ruling
requested, and actually rendered. Currently, the performance of WTS is reasonably good when rendering to a
full page buffer, but not optimized for banded mode.
Use CIE color space
Select On to remap the device-dependent color values through a CIE color space. This can improve the
conversion of CMYK documents to RGB.