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interact with Nitro Pro in command line or powershell


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mikesitservices.ca

Hello All!

Is it possible to interact with the program using cmd or ps

here an example sorta of what im thinking in my head aha

"nitro.exe -OptimizeTools-Reduce-Size -InputFile C:\users\Dude\Documents\LargeScan\*  -Output C:\users\Dude\Documents\ReducedScan\"

Figured i'd ask. i've got a big scan job to do and im looking to save as much space for the client.

Thanks!

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Steven Zakulec

Options for this aren't great right now.

There's this page: http://kb.gonitro.com/knowledgebase#/answers/Nitro Pro/000001646 which describes the options for commandline usage.  You'll want to set the option to not open PDFs after creation: http://kb.gonitro.com/knowledgebase#/answers/Nitro Pro/000002036 (also in other places possibly).

If there's a way to interact with Office add-ins from the commandline, you could possibly use the Nitro addins that way.

There's the items under Batch Processing, which at least let you queue up a giant batch at once, and then not need to do anything once you click start.

Otherwise, you're more or less on your own here- it may be possible to add new options to Batch Processing, but that would take a lot of research and testing.

I would suggest filing a ticket with support and letting them know what you'd like to see: https://www.gonitro.com/support/ticket

 

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On 10/20/2017 at 5:25 PM, Steven Zakulec said:

Options for this aren't great right now.

There's this page: http://kb.gonitro.com/knowledgebase#/answers/Nitro Pro/000001646 which describes the options for commandline usage.  You'll want to set the option to not open PDFs after creation: http://kb.gonitro.com/knowledgebase#/answers/Nitro Pro/000002036 (also in other places possibly).

 

Hello,

I would  like to find the differences between  two PDF files from the command line .

In a batch file I would like to execute a command like this:

"NitroPDF.exe"  - -diff - - words   <PATH_TO_PDF_1> <PATH_TO_PDF_2>
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