This software helps remove blank pages from a PDF document automatically.
When creating PDF documents from scanned pages, blank pages often get included in the documents; particularly if the scanning process is automatic. Getting the blank pages removed manually is a tedious process and takes a lot of time. If a software utility were able to detect these pages and remove them automatically, it could save a lot of time and hassles. Detecting a blank page can follow a simple algorithm. After you look through a page and find total number of black pixels on it to be below a threshold, it can be safely identified as a blank page. The threshold ensures that random noise spots on a page do not identify a page as a non-blank page. This tool does just that. To be absolutely safe, you could backup the deleted pages too, so that mistakes could be recovered.
This tool goes through a given PDF page by page, determines if a page is blank and deleted it, noting the page number. You could specify margins, so that scanned pages containing image of page perforations or ring binder holes could be disregarded. The interface is simple enough for most people to conquer it. The interface lets you run a bunch of documents as a batch too, saving time further. Rather than a complete document you could specify page ranges too, when blanks will be removed from those ranges only and rest will be ignored. It works with the Windows operating system. The trial version leaves watermark stamp on the pages output. So if you like the product, you’ll need to get the product registered to remove the irritant. This is a very good product.