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Optimize Scanned Pdf Programmatically

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I would llike a way to mimic adobe acrobats "optimize scanned pdf" programmatically, preferably with an sdk I could use in .net. (i generally use c#) .

My project involves a large quantity of pdfs, each pdf page has 2 images that need to be flattened or merged into one. I find acrobat does a very good job of this, it is very efficient and keeps good image quality. i looked into purchasing "adobe acrobat sdk library" but its just too expensive. i also looked into various ways of rasertizing out the pages but this is too slow and the results are not as good.
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thanks, i'll look into it
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any result?
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