DocuFreezer Settings

DocuFreezer Settings allow you to customize the program's work the way you need it. To access them, click the Settings button on the main window. Below you can navigate to detailed descriptions of DocuFreezer Settings divided by interface tabs.

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DocuFreezer Common Settings

Common Settings

These are the most basic settings of the program and you may want to change them often when using DocuFreezer. Depending on the Output file type selected, these settings vary.

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Advanced Settings

This section contains numerous settings to tweak your file conversion process and fine-tune DocuFreezer to your needs most effectively.

Tip: hover & hold your mouse cursor over any setting name to read its short description.

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DocuFreezer Advanced Settings

DocuFreezer File extension aliases

File Extension Aliases

DocuFreezer can process certain unsupported file types by associating them with existing supported file formats. So if you have files with non-standard extensions, you can add and process them by associating them with an existing format. It is possible via the File extension aliases tab.

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Edit Operations

In DocuFreezer's Edit Operations tab, users can add extra tasks to be performed during file conversion, such as adding text, image or barcode watermarks, cropping pages, and enabling auto-rotation.

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DocuFreezer Edit operations

Import, export, reset Settings

Import, Export, Reset the Settings

Save and load settings

After configuring your settings, it's a good idea to save them by clicking the Export button. This will create a "settings profile" in the form of an .ini file on your computer that can be loaded for specific tasks. You can even apply different settings to individual files in the List. For example, when adding different watermarks to each file.

Reset settings to default

After changing the Settings, you can reset everything back to the defaults. Note that options in the Advanced Settings become semibold after being changed, so when you reset all settings to default they become "normal" again.