PDFCamp Pro Review

PDFCamp master - not quite an then professional person

Submitted by bambangs on Sun, 2010-09-05 14:00.
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The lowest price: 34$
You can buy it at RegNow for that price.
Easy-to-use, produces PDF files without any visible image quality release.
Show fault with the letters i and l, littered interface on worthless buttons.

PDFCamp professional is an application that changes over documents into PDF files. It boasts two ways of doing that: the 1st is by means of a virtual printer that is set up on your computer, and the 2d is via a batch convertor.

The 1st option will act as a regular printer and will allow you to print any file that you open up using any application. It's pretty comfortable and can, similarly to any printer, be adjusted and tweaked via the print Properties button.

The 2d choice - the Batch printing machine, is another story. You can select multiple documents to be changed using the simple 'Open' button available on the user interface. Aside from that button, you will find a number of other buttons that do absolutely nothing (well, one is the link to a virtual web-page, the other is the companions e-mail address, a different one is the menu button, that repeats the order of the other button displayed on the user interface.

One crucial thing to note about the batch converter is it's lack of customization options (there really are no settings to tweak). Another thing that's work adverting is that the interface looks unnecessarily cluttered with malfunctioning buttons, and that the interface style, in itself, does not look visually imploring, nor is in particular of much productive use.

A trouble that came every time the printing machine or batch converter was used, was the fact that the letter l or i came along oddly bold. This defect is alleviated by zooming in to 500%, but for the visual experience of online document reading, the letter trouble will be quite important.


PDFCamp Pro are a PDF printing machine that, on some plucking, customization and bug fixes, could become a valuable resourcefulness