MST Batch Converter for Java is available in both, as a desktop and Java Applet applications. It has been optimized to convert any number of sets of documents from any number of document types to another. It is also able to convert IBM proprietary formats such as MO:DCA, IOCA, PTOCA and MS Office formats along with their annotations.
Yes, MST Batch Converter has a graphical user interface available in both HTML and Java Applet.
Yes, the MST Batch Converter has a Java Applet user interface which can be used in a standalone mode.
Yes, the MST Batch Converter provides APIs to connect it to your third-party applications for better integration into your IT infrastructure.Click here to view list of APIs.
The MST Batch Converter supports hundreds of documents and image file formats. The application supports document formats such as PDF, MS Office documents; image formats such as multi-page TIFF, JPEG, IBM proprietary formats (MO:DCA, IOCA, PTOCA). View the complete listing of Formats here.
The MST Batch Converter Java does not use Outside In Viewer Technology. MST develops its own custom built format libraries for rendering in its solutions.
The following is a sample list of file formats supported:
Annotations can be either burned to the converted documents or it can be embedded as annotations objects onto the converted PDF document.
Yes, the MST Batch Converter supports the following IBM proprietary formats:
The MST Batch Converter easily converts MO:DCA, IOCA, PTOCA file formats to and from any other file formats.
Yes, the MST Batch Converter can convert images such as TIFF, JPEG, and others into text searchable PDFs using the optional OCR module.
Yes, the MST Batch Converter is certified to run on IBM AS/400 servers.
Yes, MST has customized the MST Batch Converter as per the needs of various organizations such as adding or customizing a set of exposed APIs, adding corporate branding, and other features.