SkyLine Tools Imaging proudly announces the release of Doc-to-Net 6.0, the newest version of their Internet document displaying application.
Send documents over the Internet without downloading a plug-in! SkyLine Tools Imaging's Doc-to-Net is a turnkey solution for companies who wish to share documents over the Internet by transforming TIFF files to a browser compliant format.
This innovative CGI application transforms a scanned TIFF image to a PNG, GIF or JPEG, anti-aliases it "on the fly" and streams it through the browser, allowing the end-user to view the document without downloading any plug-ins. Added to this great application are the valuable zoom, pan and scroll features, plus rotating and inverting controls. Doc-to-Net offers scaling (resizing) and has been carefully engineered to perform with breathtaking speed.
Features in the new version 6.0 include:
* A new COM object for ASP pages, which will return the number of pages in a multi-page TIFF file.
* The ability to recognize and return sizes of varied size pages within a multi-page TIFF file.
* Less DLLs are required.
* Specifying the size of an image.
* UNC path name feature, allowing files on different computers within a system to be accessed by the same server.
* Password Protection.
The anti-aliasing feature in Doc-to-Net is truly the most impressive in today's market. This process fills in Broken text and/or missing Pixels improving the legibility of the document. A demonstration of this impressive effect is available on SkyLine Tools Imaging's web site www.imagelib.com.
For photographic images, Doc-to-Net supports BMP, PCX, TGA, and presents them as JPEG, PNG or GIF files. Image correction tools offered for documents are also provided for images, plus more.
The Doc-to-Net software is Windows based and is recommended for use with Microsoft Windows NT and Internet Information Server (IIS). The true magic of Doc-to-Net resides in the amazing fact that end-users .
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What's New in Doc-to-Net
Release notes are not available currently.
No additional system requirements.