We just release PDFsam Visual 1.1.8 where we fixed an issue in the encrypt task. You can download it from the download page.
You used the split feature to split your PDF file (10 pages 1MB) and the result is 10 PDF files almost 1MB each… something must be wrong, it should have been 10 PDF files roughly 100kB each right? Wrong.
Sometimes it can happen that PDFsam Basic doesn’t start and there is no error message or anything that could help you understand what is the issue.
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They are Windows launchers for PDFsam Basic, our free and open source application to split and merge PDF files.
PDFsam Basic is written in Java and requires a Java Runtime Environment to run (pretty much like a C# application requires .NET framework installed, a Python application requires a Python interpreter etc etc). Read more…
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We just released PDFsam Basic version 3.3.5 where we update the language pack, the PDF engine (Sejda) with a number of bug fixes and improvements and the Open button to directly open the generated PDF file (and not the containing directory) in case the task generates a single PDF file.
there was a compatibility issue with PDFsam Basic version 3.3.3 (and below) that was preventing it to start with Java 9. We just released PDFsam Basic 3.3.4 and with that everything should be back to normal and work as expected even if you upgrade to Java 9. We also added handy row headers to easily find the index of the added PDF files and the total number of added PDF files.