Hi,

What is the file size limit what we can send over to the api to convert?

Thanks

asked 06 Sep '12, 12:30

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20 Megabytes. That's enough for most applications. If you need to process multipage document exceeding this limit, use sequential calls of submitImage and call processDocument after that.

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answered 06 Sep '12, 15:28

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Hi,

Thanks for the info.

But what do you mean by 'use sequential calls of submitImage and call processDocument after that.'??

I'm new to this, you have any samples done before on this?

(07 Sep '12, 19:43) dan8833

The .net sample is able to process multipage documents. The procedure is simple - call submitImage on all the pages, and do processDocument after that.

(07 Sep '12, 19:46) Vasily Panferov ♦♦
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