Convert PDFA to XPS via Python

PDFA to XPS Python conversion. Programmers can use this example code to export PDFA to XPS within any .NET Framework, .NET Core, and PHP, VBScript, C++ via COM Interop.

Convert PDFA to XPS in Python for .NET

How to convert PDFA to XPS? You can easily convert programmatically a document from PDFA to XPS format with a modern document-processing Python API. Use just a few lines of code to convert files with high quality. The Aspose.PDF library will allow any developer to easily solve the tasks of converting PDFA to XPS using Python.

For a more detailed description of the code snippet and other possible conversion formats, see the Documentation pages. Also, you can check the other conversions of formats, which are supported by our library.

With Aspose.PDF for .NET library you can convert PDFA to XPS programmatically. PDF software from Aspose is ideal for individuals, small or large businesses. Since it is able to process a large amount of information, perform the conversion quickly and efficiently and protect your data. A peculiar feature from Aspose.PDF is an API for converting PDFA to XPS. The trait of this approach is that you only need to open the NuGet package manager, search for ‘Aspose.PDF for .NET’, and install it without any special complex settings. (Use the command from the Package Manager Console for installing). To verify the benefits of the library, try using the conversion PDFA to XPS code snippet. You may also use the following command from the Package Manager Console:

Python Package Manager Console

pip install aspose-pdf

How to Convert PDFA to XPS


Python for .NET developers can easily load & convert PDFA files to XPS in just a few lines of code.

  1. Initialize a new Document
  2. Call the Document.Save method while passing the output file path & SaveFormat.Xps as parameters
  3. Save the output XPS file

System Requirements


Aspose.PDF for Python for .NET is supported on all major operating systems. Just make sure that you have the following prerequisites.

  • Aspose.PDF for Python via .NET supports any 64-bit or 32-bit operating system where Python >3.5 and <3.12 is installed.
  • If you develop software for Linux, please have a look at additional requirements in Product Documentation

Here is an example that demonstrates how to convert PDFA to XPS in Python. You can follow these easy steps to convert your PDFA file to XPS format. First, upload your PDFA file and then simply save it as a XPS file. You can use fully qualified filenames for both PDFA reading and XPS writing. The output XPS content and formatting will be identical to the original PDFA document.

Example: Convert PDFA to XPS via Python

This sample code shows PDFA to XPS Python Conversion

Input file:

File not added

Output format:

XPS

Output file:

    def convert_PDF_to_XPS(self, infile, outfile):

        path_infile = self.dataDir + infile
        path_outfile = self.dataDir + outfile

        # Open PDF document

        document = Document(path_infile)

        # Instantiate XPS Save options
        save_options = XpsSaveOptions()

        # Save the XPS document
        document.Save(path_outfile, save_options)
        print(infile + " converted into " + outfile)

Convert PDFA to XPS using Python for .NET library

Aspose.PDF for Python via .NET API supports most established PDF standards and PDF specifications. It allows developers to insert tables, graphs, images, hyperlinks, custom fonts - and more - into PDF documents. Moreover, it is also possible to compress PDF documents. Aspose.PDF for Python via .NET provides excellent security features to develop secure PDF documents. Some of the key features of Aspose.PDF for Python via .NET API include:

  • Ability to read & export PDF in multiple image formats including BMP, GIF, JPEG & PNG.
  • Set basic information (e.g. author, creator) of the PDF document.
  • Conversion Features: Convert PDF to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Convert PDF to Images formats. Convert PDF file to HTML format and vice versa. Convert PDF to EPUB, Text, XPS, etc.

You can find more information about Aspose.PDF for Python via .NET API on our documentation on how to use API.