Converting PostScript files to PDF can be done in a matter or seconds with this undemanding application, which comes with intuitive controls
Mgosoft PS To PDF Converter allows you to easily transform images, graphics or text containing files, from the PostScript format to PDF. The program supports batch conversion and allows you to merge the input files into a single resulting document. Moreover, you can apply password protection to each PDF.
Convert and encrypt files
Mgosoft PS To PDF Converter allows you to easily turn multiple PostScript page description files into PDFs, with just one mouse click. These files are generally images, but may also contain vectors, raster graphic and text.
In case you need to manage a large number of .PS files or to transport them, you may use this program and convert them to a more accessible page layout format. The program can apply powerful encryption and password protection to the output documents.
You may choose between 40-bit RC4 and 128-bit RC4 algorithms, then select the permitted actions: printing, modifying, copying content or adding / changing form fields.
Add author information and watermarks
Mgosoft PS To PDF Converter allows you to add metadata to your PDF, such as title, subject, author, keywords, creator or producer’s names. Moreover, you may add a custom text watermark on the output file: set the words, the font size, color, location on the page, rotation and offset.
Once all the settings are finished, you may proceed to convert the files. Simply select the output folder and choose the additional function to be performed while converting: merge all input files into one PDF or save to a preset folder.
Support for batch conversion
Mgosoft PS To PDF Converter allows you to manage several files at the same time and is capable of processing them all at the same time. The main interface is friendly and features a table in which all the pending tasks are displayed: the filename and path, their size and the type. The program only supports .PS files as input.
LIMITATIONS IN THE UNREGISTERED VERSION
- Watermark on output