Reducing file size with PHP and PDFLib

Posted on 2005-04-29
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
Is there away to take an existing PDF file (2 to 3mb) and reducing the file size to 1/2 it's original size using PDFLib 5 and PHP 4.3?

Question by:andriv
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    You should post your question here
    this yahoo group is own by pdflib employee (or even creator)
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    Thank you alain.  I resolved the issue using image magick.
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