Configure stamp settings on this tab.
|Stamp||This text box displays the stamp that you have selected in General tab. To select another stamp, you need to go back to the General tab.|
|Prefix||Enter the string that will be printed before the stamp value.|
|Postfix||Enter the string that will be printed after the stamp value.|
|Stamping||This group allows configuring methods of stamping.|
|Embed stamps into image documents||If this check box is selected, the component will put stamps in the
copies of the input documents. In this case, you can select a mode of
|Put stamps in separate files|| If this check box is selected, the component will generate a new text
file for each input document. It will have the same name as the original
file, but the file extension will be ".ftm" (for example, if the original file is
Example.tiff then the output file will be Example.ftm). Each line of this
file will contain page number and the corresponding stamp value delimited
with a comma, for example:
|Put stamps in TIFF files as tags||This setting is only applicable to TIFF input files, it is ignored
during PDF documents processing. If this check box is selected, the
component will generate a new TIFF file with the same images, but each page
will have additional TIFF tag containing the stamp value.
The number of the tag to use is input in the Tag# field. Tag number may be from the "reusable" range 65000-65534.
|PDF files||This group allows configuring settings for PDF files. Bates Stamp opens PDFs as pictures.|
|PDF resolution (DPI)||Set the resolution (dots per inch) for the opened pictures. The horizontal resolution is equal to vertical resolution.|
|Color depth (BPP)||Set the color depth (bits per pixel) for the opened pictures. Valid
values are 1, 4, 8 and 24.
Note: The component may change PDF image colors when processing/previewing/selecting stamp zones if the Color depth parameter is not set to 24 BPP.
|Compression type||Select an appropriate compression type for output PDF documents (available values depend on the selected color depth).|