Post-Processing Feature

The post-processing feature allows opening any of the files produced by Universal Document Converter with the default viewer that is associated with the particular file type or with any other application that is installed on your computer. You can also execute your own application or batch-file to add any custom processing to each output file.

1. In this screenshot you can see how to set Universal Document Converter to open each output file with the default viewer that is associated with a specific file type:

UDC-post-processing-default-pdf-viewer

2. In the next screenshot you can see how to set Universal Document Converter to open each output file with the user-defined application:

UDC-post-processing-bat-file

The command line parameters that can be used in the Parameters field include:

&[OutFile(0)] – Specifies the complete path of the output image file. For example:
“C:\UDC Snapshots\Documents\article.pdf”

&[OutFile(1)] – Specifies the complete path of the output image file in 8.3 format. For example:
C:\UDCSNA~1\DOCUME~1\article.pdf

&[Copies] – Specifies the number of copies you set in the application. Universal Document Converter produces only one output file for each page.

  • Alfred Dietrich

    DI Alfred Dietrich

    Austria

    «I use all of the MS Office programs with the Universal Document Converter being an indispensable addition for creating PDF files and converting files to JPG and TIF file formats. The Universal Document Converter is intuitive in its structure, easy to handle and, most importantly, extremely reliable. Currently, I am using the 6.0 version on Windows 7 and I am very happy with it.»