Have a client with a lot of PDF files that were scanned at to high of a resolution, so they are huge. Has anybody seen a utility you could feed a file list and it would process those files to a lower resolution, perhaps even from color to black and white?
I'm thinking ideally with a preview of the compressed file before it overwrites the source file?
Or something similar tool?
There are some thousands of these PDF files in various directories.
Being able to give it a directory to process, and include sub-directories would be helpful.
Free is good but a nice solution for a couple hundred $$ might work.
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