Spend Less Time on File Conversion!
DocuFreezer is a software for converting documents to PDF (.pdf) , JPG (.jpg, .jpeg), TIFF (.tiff, .tif), PNG (.png) or TXT (.txt) formats in batch mode. Now you don’t need to open each file and export it to the desired format. Instead, just drag-and-drop your files onto the DocuFreezer main window and click Start.
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Use a Wide Range of Supported Formats
DocuFreezer lets you convert a variety of file types in batches. Most popular images and documents are supported, including Office (Microsoft 365) documents: Word DOC, DOCX, Excel worksheets: XLS, XLSX, CSV, PowerPoint presentations: PPT, PPTX, Microsoft XPS files: XPS, OXPS. DocuFreezer also supports CAD files: DWG, DXF, MathCAD MCDX, MCTX, Outlook email files: EML, MSG, PST, OST, Microsoft Visio files: VSD, VSDX, HTML web pages, and many more.
Output file types:
- PDF (Portable Document Format)
- TXT (Plain text)
- JPG (JPEG image)
- PNG (Portable Graphics Format)
- TIFF (Tagged Image File Format)
Merge PDF Files
Want to join several PDFs together? DocuFreezer can combine & merge several PDF documents to create a multipage file containing them all. You can do it using Merge into one PDF option. Conversion of multipage TIFF to PDF and vice versa is also possible.
Set output file name
By default, the output filename is "Combined.pdf" (or "Combined.tif"). You can change it by entering another name for output files using the Combine file option.
Combine, Merge, and Split Options for Multipage PDF & TIFF
DocuFreezer can merge various files into PDF or TIFF as well as split multipage documents and add new pages to existing files.
Add new pages to existing documents
If you want to add new files to the existing file as pages, you can make DocuFreezer automatically use the Append to existing file option.
Split multipage documents into pages
Extract certain pages from a multipage PDF or other files by splitting them to separate files. It can be a single page or a defined number of pages you need. For example: Split multipage PDF by: 5 pages per file.
Create Searchable PDFs from Scans Using OCR
How to recognize text in PDF, scanned images, and other documents? DocuFreezer can be a PDF converter and OCR program at the same time. Convert different types of documents, such as scanned documents, PDF files, or images captured by a digital camera into editable and searchable data in PDF or TXT.
DocuFreezer can OCR files – render them using Optical Recognition Technology. OCR languages include most European and some other languages. The output files will have recognized text, which can be copied, edited, and used somewhere else. Using OCR, you can export your scans, documents, or images into:
- Plain TEXT files: TXT
- Searchable PDF: PDF
Convert Outlook Emails to PDF or TIFF
Save email messages such as EML, MSG, including attachments and email headers to PDF or TIFF for archiving or other purposes. You can:
- Drag'n'drop message files from Microsoft Outlook directly to the List of files
- Sort Outlook message files by E-mail delivery time in the List of files
- Sort attachments in the output folder
- Define custom paper size for Outlook MSG and EML files
- Create a multipage PDF containing both email itself and its attachments
- Keep original file names when merging email and attachments to a PDF or TIFF
Add Text or Image Watermark
Use flexible settings to add any image or text to all or a range of pages via the Edit operations tab. With the use of smart macros, you can add as watermark:
- Page numbers
- File date and time
- Original document name
- And other document-related data
You can modify each type of watermark the way you like and place it in any position, e.g., the bottom right corner of the pages.
Configure Processing File Attachments
In the Advanced Settings, you can specify how DocuFreezer should convert files with attachments, e.g. if you have PDFs or emails in EML or MSG file format. You can set a rule to ignore the attachments or the main documents, convert attachments only, or convert emails with attachments to one multi-page PDF.
Convert Files in RAR, ZIP, and 7-ZIP Archives
No need to extract your files compressed by WinRAR (.rar), WinZip (.zip), 7-ZIP (.7z), or other archiving software before adding them to the DocuFreezer's List of files.
Simply add an entire archive to the list and click Start. The archive contents will be automatically extracted and added to the List of files.
Supported archive formats include:
- and more
Control Post-Processing Actions
If you want to move, copy, or delete the source files after conversion – DocuFreezer has post-processing actions for this job. It will automatically copy or move them to a user-defined folder or delete them when the batch conversion session is complete!
Convert Password-Protected Files
If your source files are password-protected, no need to remove protection before conversion. Just enter their password(s) in DocuFreezer next to the Password list setting. If your files are secured with different passwords, you can specify them too, each one on a separate line.
Protect the converted files using a password
You can enter a Destination file password for the destination file(s) to password-protect them. This way, DocuFreezer can protect one or multiple files at once for you. Use a single password for all files added to the List of files.
Convert All or a Range of Pages
If you don't need all pages of documents to be converted, change the Page range setting. You can enter page numbers and/or page ranges separated by commas counting from the document's start. To select pages from the end of the document, use the syntax last.
Set Rasterization Resolution and Image Quality
The default output resolution of 300 DPI provides decent quality for most documents. However, you can control the Rasterization resolution value (DPI, Dots Per Inch) – it affects the quality of output files when they are converted. Decreasing the DPI can make them smaller in size, but look worse. You can check the quality-vs-file-size tradeoff by converting one file as a test.
Configure parameters for image file types: JPEG, TIFF, PNG, and GIF
DocuFreezer has a wide variety of settings related to image formats. You can set:
- Color space: True color CMYK, RGB, RGBA, Grayscale, Monochrome
- Compression mode: Baseline, Progressive, Lossless
- Dithering, sampling, quality, and more
Unsupported File Type? Use File Extension Aliases
If you want to add certain file types that are not in DocuFreezer's supported formats list, there still may be a way to process them. You can enter your file extension next to an existing file format extension in the File extension aliases tab.
For example, if you have [filename].invoice files that are structurally PDF, just associate your *.invoice files with PDF format.
If you are unsure whether DocuFreezer can or cannot convert your specific files, please contact us.
Save & Load Lists of Files
DocuFreezer can save and load lists of files. Just add your files to the program's list, arrange them in the proper order and click Save list. DocuFreezer will create a separate file – File List (*.flist), which can be used in the future by clicking the Load list button. You can import, export, clear lists, and remove items from the lists.
Add files in different ways
- Drag-drop files onto the main window
- Add an entire folder with files
- Add only files of a specific extension (e.g. *.jpg only)
- Import a list of files by selecting an Excel spreadsheet (XLS, XLSX) by clicking the Load list button
Customize it Your Way with Advanced Settings
Want to make file conversion as smooth as possible? Dive deep into the Advanced Settings – a place where you can configure everything regarding files and folders, input and output formats, converting attachments, page layout, interface, and much more.
If you are not sure about a specific setting, you can read about them in detail using the link below or contact us directly.