Coherent PDF Command Line Tools
Coherent PDF Command Line Tools
2.3

5.0

Coherent PDF Command Line Tools free download for Mac

Coherent PDF Command Line Tools

2.3
22 November 2019

For merging, splitting, encrypting, stamping, and bookmarking PDFs.

Overview

Coherent PDF Command Line Tools are professional command-line tools for manipulating PDF files: split, merge, linearize, scale, rotate, crop, encrypt, decrypt, watermark, bookmark, annotate, attach, impose, etc. Full manual provided. For Windows, Mac, and Linux.

What's new in Coherent PDF Command Line Tools

Version 2.3:
  • Improvements to malformed file reading
  • Directly set and remove Trim, Art, and Bleed boxes
  • Dump attachments to file
  • Extended bookmark format, preserving all bookmark information
  • New -pad-with, -pad-multiple-before options
  • Set or create XMP metadata
  • Remove graphics clipping
  • Set bookmarks open to a given level
  • Create PDF files from scratch
  • Remove single images by name
  • Add trim marks

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3 Coherent PDF Command Line Tools Reviews

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Ervins Strauhmanis
02 March 2017

Most helpful

The cpdf toolkit's array of features ir quite impressive and allows to manipulate PDF in any way imaginable. Though, some of features I actually did not imagine to be found there :-) cpdf is very helpful for my work and the utility of and the ease with which it processes documents en masse from a terminal / script now made this tool the first one that I turn to modify PDFs. There is also a free distribution for non-commercial use only: https://github.com/coherentgraphics/cpdf-binaries
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Version 2.2
Ervins Strauhmanis
02 March 2017
The cpdf toolkit's array of features ir quite impressive and allows to manipulate PDF in any way imaginable. Though, some of features I actually did not imagine to be found there :-) cpdf is very helpful for my work and the utility of and the ease with which it processes documents en masse from a terminal / script now made this tool the first one that I turn to modify PDFs. There is also a free distribution for non-commercial use only: https://github.com/coherentgraphics/cpdf-binaries
Like (1)
Version 2.2
Mistersquid
05 January 2009
People interested in this program might also ben interested in the free of charge and open source PDFTK, which I have been using for over 3 years.
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Version 1.4
1 answer(s)
Shill
Shill
04 March 2009
Thank you very much for the info! $250...pshaw.
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Version 1.4
Cbx322
04 July 2008
hey folks, PPC version pls
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Version 1.2
2 answer(s)
Red-state
Red-state
05 July 2008
Why would anyone want to write for PPC anymore. Stop being cheap and but a new Mac.
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Version 1.2
Cbx322
Cbx322
07 July 2008
PPC is still officially supported and there a still several PPC machines out there, think of Quad Core with 16 GB of RAM ... or even Xserve. It's very silly to drop PPC support since still not all Mac-software is Intel compatible.
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Version 1.2