PDF/A-2 is an extension to the existing archiving standard PDF/A-1 (ISO 19005-1). This webinar discusses more indepth what the new features are and for what use cases PDF/A-2 is suitable. En este webinar se presentará el PDF/A-2, la nueva versión del e …
Since 2005, PDF/A has been the standard for document archiving in the long term. The first part, PDF/A?1, was based on PDF version 1.4. This year, the second part, PDF/A?2, was released, and it introduced a lot of functional extensions. This article explains the difference between PDF/A?1 and PDF/A?2 and answers the question, what this means to the user.
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The International Organisation for Standardization released PDF/A-2 for the long-term archiving of electronic documents. PDF/A-2 is based on PDF 1.7, which supports a range of improvements in document technology such as JPEG2000 compression, transparency effects and layers, the embedding of OpenType fonts, and provisions for digital signatures in accordance with the PADeS (PDF Advanced Electronic Signatures) standard. Part two of the standard, according to the article on the Image and Data Manager website, also offers the possibility to embed PDF/A files into PDF/A-2. This allows groups of documents to be archived coherently as individual documents.
The International Standards Organization (ISO) has published the second part of the PDF/A standard in the form of ISO 19005-2.PDF/A-2 allows JPEG2000 compression, supports transparency effects and layers, embedding of OpenType fonts, and digital signatures. It also allows archiving of sets of documents as individual documents in one file. Would you like to attend one of our free webinars?
The PDF/A Competence Center provides a wide range of experience and expertise to answer questions on all aspects of the growing body of PDF standards for document and enterprise content management. Since certification as ISO 19005-1:2005, PDF/A has become established as a preferred archiving format. Increasing numbers of companies and public authorities benefit from the advantage of ISO-standardized technology, ensuring reliability, fidelity and full text search capability in electronic documents.DF/A-2, the second part of the Standard, was ratified in December, 2010 and will be published in 2011. Are you ready for the enhancements it will bring?