PDFsam Basic 3.2.2
Ehm.. we broke something in 3.2.1 and translations aren’t working, we just released a fix, sorry for that.
PDFsam Visual 1.0.4 is out!
We just released PDFsam Visual 1.0.4 with an updated PDF engine and a trial period extended to 14 days. Enjoy!
PDFsam Enhanced 3.1 and Summer promo!
Hi everybody, we rolled out version 3.1 of PDFsam Enhanced, a bug fix release where some typos and localization issues were fixed, the “Extract all” file attachments is now correctly working, the whiteout tool can now be used on multiple form elements and few other fixes here and there. As you may have noticed we →
PDFsam 3.1.0 is out
PDFsam Basic 3.1.0 has been released today. You will find the new PDF Extract module, page selection in the PDF Rotate module, an upgrade to our PDF engine with bugfixes and performance improvements, and finally you can now use PDF files generated by one module, as input for another one with just one click. Enjoy
PDFsam 3.0.3 released!
Hi, the new version 3.0.3 of PDFsam Basic is out! We finally added the .deb archive for Linux distributions, drag and drop of rows in the merge task selection table so you can now easily sort rows, added an option to discard bookmarks in split tasks and one to add the file name in the →
Bugfix release for PDFsam Visual
We just released PDFsam Visual 1.0.1 with the first round of bug fixes and some of your suggestions implemented. Get it here Enjoy!
PDFsam Visual is finally out!
We made it! We finally managed to release the first version of PDFsam Visual. Among the other modules you will have Crop, Combine and Reorder, Rotate, Extract and the Split by text that allows to split a document when a piece of text changes (invoice number, employee number etc). Give it a try and let →
PDFsam 3.0.2 released!
We just released version 3.0.2 where you will find some nice improvement. You can now tell the merge task to create a table of contents with a clickable list of merged PDF documents; the PDF engine has been upgraded and now, when you split PDFs, results documents are optimized and in some case they will →