PDF Studio Standard
PDF Studio Standard
2020.4.0

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PDF Studio Standard for Mac2020.4.0

17 March 2021

PDF creator with annotation features and more.

What is PDF Studio Standard for Mac

PDF Studio is an easy-to-use yet powerful program for working with PDF documents.

Features in PDF Studio Standard
  • Create PDFs
  • Scan-To-PDF
  • Annotate and Markup PDFs
  • Fill In & Save PDF Forms
  • Secure Documents
  • Append / Delete Pages
  • Apply Watermarks, Headers, Footers
  • Create Bookmarks / Table of Contents
  • Loupe, Pan & Zoom, Rulers, etc…
Additional features in PDF Studio Pro
  • Interactive Form Designer
  • OCR (Text Recognition)
  • Content Editing
  • Permanent Redaction
  • Compare PDFs
  • Optimize PDFs
  • Digitally Sign PDFs
  • Advanced PDF Splitting & Merging
  • Batch Process Multiple PDFs
  • Precision Measuring Tools
  • PDF/A Validation / Conversion

What's new in PDF Studio Standard

Version 2020.4.0:
Enhancements / Bug Fixes:
  • Regression: Brighten the color of the annotation comment bubble
  • Flatten option was missing from form field context menu
  • PDF to Word integration unable to locate MS Office 2016
  • Many Word to PDF conversion improvements
  • Type 3 font characters cutoff in HTML/SVG output
  • Resize handles and cursor for callout annotation not being placed correctly on rotated pages
  • Parentheses used in CJK vertical writing not rendered correctly
  • Fixed nullPointerException when importing an xfdf annotation with null intent
  • Opening document in multiple windows with modal dialog could lock PDF Studio
  • Path gradient with separation color space is not showing correct color (Added Support for Lab color space)
  • Not rendering thin content lines when gradient applied to them
  • Doc Specific: Missing font in DA String causes error when changing font

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jberrios126
jberrios126
Apr 3 2017
11.0.5
5.0
Apr 3 2017
5.0
Version: 11.0.5
PDF Studio Pro from Qoppa is an awesome alternative to the pricier Adobe Acrobat Pro program. I used Adobe Acrobat X Pro for many years in Windows, but now I am a Mac user and Acrobat is simply too expensive. I downloaded the trial version of PDF Studio Pro and was amazed at the capabilities it brings and It allows me to easily edit documents, annotate, format fields, etc. It allows easy reordering of pdf documents and digital signature. I would say the best part of this product is that is affordable while maintaining all the capabilities the more expensive products like Adobe Acrobat brings. You can downloaded the software here - https://www.qoppa.com/pdfstudio/
mmix66
mmix66
Sep 8 2015
10.1.0
4.0
Sep 8 2015
4.0
Version: 10.1.0
PDF studio have an "import pdf in layer" future, wich permit me to build a pdf multi-layers (layers of a Affinity Designer project, but AD can't export in a pdf with layers, only all layers fusioned or 1 layer by pdf) With Preview or others, it's not possible to see layers or build layers by using others pdf.
dwp-1
dwp-1
Dec 9 2012
8.0.1
0.0
Dec 9 2012
0.0
Version: 8.0.1
PDF Studio seems, overpriced considering the features of new Preview in Mountain Lion. You could also purchase PDFPenPro for an additional $10 compared to the standard version of PDF Studio and get a full featured pdf editor that performs most any task you would ask of an PDF editing program. Just my opinion!
PDF-Susan
PDF-Susan
Mar 23 2012
7.3.1
5.0
Mar 23 2012
5.0
Version: 7.3.1
PDF Studio 7 Pro is SO customizable now! I can rearrange the toolbars, set up the toolchest to make EACH type of processing I'm doing easiest. I can fill out forms online, whether they're interactive or not! And, I can revise earlier documents, like course work, or even redact sensitive information. I love being able to grab an entire directory of files (images, Word docs, PDFs, and texts) into PDF in one operation, then rearrange, markup, and save or send without having to change programs. Great job, Qoppa Software!
dutch025
dutch025
Jul 5 2011
6.60
4.0
Jul 5 2011
4.0
Version: 6.60
I've used Skim for taking notes for school and notating pdf files of articles I need to reference. pdf Studio is a much simpler program! It took 5 minutest to learn this program. I wish all programs were that simple to learn.
Dr-Bob-B
Dr-Bob-B
Sep 12 2010
6.40
4.0
Sep 12 2010
4.0
Version: 6.40
Just tried the pdf studio. I have been using Adobe pro on my pc for many years, and needed something to use for my macbook. I specifically needed to extract/delete pages, and/or insert pages, and scan. Occasionally highlight text. Rarely change text. This product is just a fraction of the cost, but does everything except change existing text. Wow... It is a bargain.
Arteast
Arteast
Feb 25 2010
6.21
0.0
Feb 25 2010
0.0
Version: 6.21
This product is pretty good when it comes to the batch processing, which is something that I will use on a regular basis given the work that I do. I also think the Google Docs feature they added will help out alot with people like me who find it easier to be able to access my documents without having take additional steps to complete my work. Time is money to me.
Baaden
Baaden
Oct 31 2009
6.01
0.0
Oct 31 2009
0.0
Version: 6.01
The app doesn't look great, but for me it has one feature that I didn't find elsewhere yet: I am a user of an Intuos tablet and want to do free-hand annotations (corrections) to a PDF file that I can then send other people involved. Preview doesn't do it ; Skim does the graphical annotation very poorly and you cannot export it as PDF. PDF Studio does it properly. Any other alternative apps known?
Anon-Bud
Anon-Bud
Sep 30 2009
6.01
0.0
Sep 30 2009
0.0
Version: 6.01
I think it's more than about time for these developers who port Windows apps to the Mac platform to either quit doing so or spend the time making an app that actually looks, acts, and feels like a native Mac app. Go with Preview and Skim. They're both free!
Rubaiyat
Rubaiyat
Apr 6 2009
5.51
1.0
Apr 6 2009
1.0
Version: 5.51
I really can not see the point of these programs. Except for the ability to fill in pdf forms just about everything else can be done in Preview in OSX 10.5. What Mac users really need is a method for distilling postscript files or checking for adequate resolution and to convert rgb intrusions in cmyk .pdfs going to commercial printers. Neat and fast ways of splitting up multi-page pdfs for importing into Cocoa apps would be good as well. I agree with all the other posters that this is the laziest port of software I have seen in a long time and I would not dream of paying what they are asking. Maybe the message will hit home and they will do some work on this after realising that the Mac market is not as desperate as the PC market.
Trrll
Trrll
Aug 19 2008
5.0
0.0
Aug 19 2008
0.0
Version: 5.0
Highlighting works nicely, but not enough to justify the price and the otherwise very poor Mac interface.
Chris-Habig
Chris-Habig
Dec 22 2007
4.80
0.0
Dec 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.80
Considering the following: 1. Preview already does just about every single thing this app claims to do. 2. The app is an ugly Windows port. 3. They want $60 dollars for it!! I can't recommend this application.
Sushi-Macc
Sushi-Macc
Aug 23 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 23 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Question: Is there anything out there cheaper and or better than this to convert PDF's to images and vice versa? thanks!
Techslacker
Techslacker
Aug 23 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 23 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
This would be convenient to have but I can't justify the cost enough to get this.
Drad
Drad
Aug 23 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 23 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
hey i tried downloading installing the demo twice and it failed. that's not a good sign :-(
Drad
Drad
Aug 23 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 23 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
if this is something that will allow me to avoid the overcomplexity and mystification of that monolithic monopolistic over-bloated junk put out by adobe, please -- let this be it!
Trevorm-L
Trevorm-L
Aug 23 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 23 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Tested this one out a while ago... it was VERY good then... and thought that it was a complete little tool... only for them to better it yet again... a great solid application... cheers
DifferentVoice
DifferentVoice
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
I use Yep for managing my PDFs, which has some but I don't think all of the functions. So far, that's been adequate, but this looks like a decent program (just a bit pricey for me.)
Oculi
Oculi
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
I don't know why I should I spent 40$ for something I already have with acrobat.
Rwbmu
Rwbmu
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
I just downloaded the trial and made a few small tests with PDF Studio. Text manipulation and addition is very easy to do. Especially adding a textbox and defining the text style is a lot more comfortable than with Preview.app. However, I personally think the GUI is really ugly and not Mac-like.
Justjim
Justjim
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
I bought this last night and have not been able to put it down. Daily I get these PDF's and have had no way to make comments... WOW! now I can. Also we have tons of forms to fill out and now I can just save them as a PDF and fill them out. I did several today already. This is a super program..Everyone should have it
Livelife
Livelife
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
A big “Thank You!” to David Botton for letting me know about Skim. All I needed was the ability to add text to formZ PDFs. Skim works great! PDFLab looks good too.
Ialice
Ialice
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Wow, PDF Studio can scan to PDF files? This is what I need to scan my antique picture-laden history books into PDF files. What a find!
Yn
Yn
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
PDF files are very useful when you have to exchange data with others which don't use the same program or platform. Now this kind of application brings PDF to an other level. They can't just be created and viewed but you can also work on them. There is a lot to be done here but this is the beginning.
Mac-Andy
Mac-Andy
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
nice, I'll give it a try
Mactech
Mactech
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
This looks very useful Thanks for introducing me MacUpdate!
Interdigm
Interdigm
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
What does this do better than Acrobat Pro?
Jeff-boldt
Jeff-boldt
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
I second spyker3292. Unless you're on a budget, better to use the real thing.
Spyker3292
Spyker3292
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
This program works great. But I have Acrobat.
Andrew-Scott
Andrew-Scott
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
I tried this application only briefly and found the interface to be very dated. I was interested in the stamp feature. I imported a scan of my signature but it only seems to accept JPEG and GIF formats so devising a stamp with alpha channel transparency, so that it simulates writing your name, say on a dotted line, is rather ineffectual due to the bounding box of the image. It may be that this software has the power and flexibility you need but for my limited purposes it's too expensive and too unpleasant. Oh well.
Cmw
Cmw
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
This program works well especially for annotations - however, if you own Adobe Acrobat Pro, you don't need it. It's also pricey at $60 -$39.99 is a little better.
Skritter
Skritter
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Keeping all the paperwork in a pdf is also great when working on different platforms...
Jerrymk
Jerrymk
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Anyone who works with .PDF files regularly will love the ease with which this great program handles just about anything you need to work with, The interface is a beauty.
Coronaminer
Coronaminer
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
I use PDF Pen and it fills my needs. However, I may have to try some of the features that PDF Studio offers.
David-Botton
David-Botton
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
PDFLab Formulate Skim (all three free), does add though audio notes and hyperlinks. At 39.95 perhaps... if not for MacPromo I can't imagine it.
Fitzwillie
Fitzwillie
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Interesting utility - could be handy in a pinch.
Fred-M-
Fred-M-
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Haven't tried this yet, but hopeful that the editing/markup tools are easier to use than those in Acrobat itself.
Squawkboid
Squawkboid
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
An "almost buy" for me - has the ability to turn a folder of images into a single pdf from one menu option (unlike other apps), which I'm looking for. But once those images are in the file, there's not much you can do with them (PDFPen has a much larger featureset for dealing with images, as one example).
Cmarkn
Cmarkn
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
What is this installer installing besides the application? I don't like not knowing what is being smeared onto my disk.
Thedoctor
Thedoctor
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
This is much better than most of the PDF shareware. Very few have good forms capabilities.
Trapper07
Trapper07
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Finally, I don’t need to print all the pdf forms. With the signature stamp I can fax them right away after filling the forms. Keeping all the paperwork in a pdf is also great when working on different platforms...
Shiskbob
Shiskbob
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
This the one. I have been using PDF Pen but this seems to have a larger feature set. Acrobat has been out my price range.
Frozensun
Frozensun
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Now this would be useful and far cheaper then Acrobat Professional
Britonius
Britonius
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Yeah, which PDF product is best.
RogerKatz
RogerKatz
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Can anyone share their notes on comparing all three - PDFPen, Adobe AcrobatPro, and today's MacUpdate promo?
Wavenumber
Wavenumber
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
The interface looks quite ugly.
Jayphotos
Jayphotos
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
An excellent alternative to Acrobat, which has way more than most of us need.
Heckler0077
Heckler0077
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
This app seems to have some promise, however, I will need to conduct a test today to see how it stacks up against several other pdf apps. PDFStudio does seem to have several interesting features, such as audio comments and the amount of features it has, but like I said, I' sure this isn't unique to this application, so I'll look at others today as well.
Macmaria
Macmaria
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
It seems to be an application with lots of potential. I wonder how it competes with other similar products, like PDFpen or PDFclerck (Adobe is a overkiller for me). In PDF studio I specially like the scan-to-pdf and annotation capability. It’s time to give it a try. :)
Lambsporriegetta
Lambsporriegetta
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
This looks like a good way to save paper... I'm looking for a product that will allow me to sign documents are return them without wasting trees. let me at that demo...
Tony-Crockford
Tony-Crockford
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Now this is a product I might use. Downloads demo.
Sushi-Macc
Sushi-Macc
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
i like the PDF to image feature
Simo2409
Simo2409
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
It's useful but i still prefer original Adobe Acrobat Professional :)
Tmilovan
Tmilovan
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Maybe this is what I need for my paperless office :)
Adinb
Adinb
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Can this reflow documents? I have a sony e-reader and I'm *really* trying to find something that'll reflow everything down to the smaller page size...
iGaucho
iGaucho
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
What's with the questions? If you have Acrobat you probably don't need this. If you don't and want something less expensive, maybe you do want it. 'Nuff said.
Madcran
Madcran
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Hmmm, I have Acrobat so do I really need this?
iGaucho
iGaucho
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
It sounds like it runs in a JRE. I think that kind of explains the rather "neutral" interface (i.e. doesn't really look Mac-like, Windows, etc.)
Uhoo
Uhoo
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Works on any platform? It's a Java application?
Steven-Bagdan
Steven-Bagdan
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Looks like a very useful product...
Artroom
Artroom
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
is there any need for this if i already have acrobat pro? I can't see anything there i can't already do.
Rare
Rare
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
I just downloaded it and tried to test it, but it says "Sorry, your evaluation version of Qoppa PDF Studio has expired". Does that mean I looked at it sometime in the past? I can't remember even downloading it, let alone what I might have thought of it. I searched briefly for a file that might be confusing it, but didn't find anything. The feature list includes several features I could use, but if it won't let me try them I won't be buying. The toolbar of the main window (which is all it will let me see) looks like pre-OS X; good for its time, but doesn't match today's UI look. If anyone has a clue that could allow me to try this program, please let me know.
Erichd
Erichd
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
For a long while now, I've needed an easy way to mark-up and edit pdf's sent to me by other IT people.... especially after they "craft" some fabulous-looking page in Distiller then abruptly stop returning e-mail. I'll have to check and see if PDF Studio is the solution I need. I hope it is!
Big77
Big77
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
PDFpen by smile software is another alternative with very similar capabilities. My sense is PDFstudio does a tad more while PDFpen is $10 less expensive (if either is not on special).
MacUpdate-Lon
MacUpdate-Lon
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
Re: Security... From the developer's website: "Passwords and Permissions: Add passwords or change permissions on your pdf documents. You can set /remove permissions to print, to modify, to copy, to annotate and to fill form fields. PDF Studio encrypt pdf documents using the higher security level (128-bit RC4 encryption)."
Keeshine
Keeshine
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
This is one very handy app I can put to very good use. The interactive form filling feature is a godsend when you have dozens of application forms to handle.
Millca
Millca
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
So how secure are the pdfs this program can make over Adobe Acrobat's security which I've heard is simple to crack? This would be worth it if it is a LOT more secure. Hopefully a developer will answer this question.
Macmansc
Macmansc
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
This seems to be something I could use.
Fonix
Fonix
Aug 22 2007
4.5.2
0.0
Aug 22 2007
0.0
Version: 4.5.2
I just bought PDFPenPro, but this looks good too, so I'll give it a shot.
Soundsgoodtome
Soundsgoodtome
May 2 2007
4.41
0.0
May 2 2007
0.0
Version: 4.41
This is frankly the worst-looking application I've seen in many years. It looks like a bad OS9 app. No; it looks like a bad OS8 app. Perhaps it performs well; I don't really know. Due to its unseemly appearance, I simply wasn't the least bit interested in determining how well it performs. I gained quite a bit of insight when I checked the developer's web site to see if the app has particular features I need. Links to the online user manual for detailed information revealed that PDF Studio is a Windows application that has simply been "ported" to the Mac platform. I don't have a problem with that, in theory. Other developers have successfully ported applications from one platform to another. No problem! But in this case, no effort was made to make the application attractive or to make it look like a Mac app. (Or any effort that was made was 100% unsuccessful.) Although on the surface PDF Studio appears to have more features than Smile On My Mac's "PDF Pen," I'll live without the extra features in order to keep working with an app that's a pleasure to look at (while working).
Mapman
Mapman
Apr 26 2007
4.40
0.0
Apr 26 2007
0.0
Version: 4.40
This app needs a lot of work before I'll pay for it. A shame, because I'd love to be able to do the things it claims to do, but it does them poorly or not at all. My (brief) experience: Using the Text Box: when you change the font, color, alignment, and so on, the changes are not applied until you click OK to close the Properties window. I want to be able to see the changes as I apply them, not have to keep going back to Properties and experimenting. Stamps: You cannot change the orientation. I have many PDFs in lanscape orientaion and the stamps are in portrait. Also, if you right-click and choose "properties" nothing happens. Undo: There is none. Change your mind? Redo it manually. Saved documents: I open it in Acrobat and the stamp doesn't display, just an empty box. The Post-it note is also oriented wrong. Printing: The changes can't be printed from Acrobat or Preview. Evidently only the application itself can print its documents. This one issue renders the program useless - I need to be able to share the edited documents with others who will use Acrobat or Preview to view and print them. User Interface design: This is an ugly Windows UI. Maybe some don't care, but I don't want Windows apps on my mac. There is no Close button for the document, the close button Quits the app. You have to go to the File menu to Close an open doc while leaving the app open. Installer: didn't ask for the administrator password, and put a shortcut on my desktop without asking.
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