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Foxit PhantomPDF vs Adobe Acrobat - Method Technologies

Foxit PhantomPDF vs Adobe Acrobat – Method Technologies


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Aaron และ Kaleigh ค้นพบว่าใครมีซอฟต์แวร์แก้ไข PDF ที่ดีที่สุด แสดงความคิดเห็นว่าซอฟต์แวร์ใดที่คุณต้องการ! เวอร์ชัน Foxit ในวิดีโอนี้เป็นเวอร์ชันมาตรฐาน สมัครรับข้อมูลช่องของเราเพื่อรับการแจ้งเตือนเมื่อวิดีโอถัดไปของเราถูกโพสต์! ติดตามความจริงเทค:

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9 comments

Muhammad Ali 30/08/2021 - 02:33

like in word there is button to capitalize selected word or alphabet is there any button in foxit

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Muhammad Ali 30/08/2021 - 02:33

can we glow word or alphabets in foxit like we can do in word

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Jack T 30/08/2021 - 02:33

!!! Whoa!, whoa!, whoa! There is deception going on here. !!!
1. Pricing:
– Foxit PhantomPDF/Foxit PDF Editor Pro is $199.00 on their website, not $140. You cannot buy it from Amazon. WHETHER you pay for updates is based on when you bought it.
– Adobe Acrobat PRO as reviewed here is $450. Notice he asked, "Kaylee, do you know what the price is on Acrobat STANDARD right now?" Kaylee answers, "Ya, I'm getting about $179 to $180." THAT IS FALSE. Kaylee quoted the Pro monthly subscription rate of $14.99/mo. she is paying multiplied by 12, after which it stops working. Just Acrobat Standard 2020 DC one-time is $299, and then you have have to jump through all kinds of hoops to stop it from using their %*#^(@$ cloud, which is ILLEGAL for many/most businesses, such as anybody with an accounting department that has SSNs, personnel departments, accountant firms, law firms, investment firms, government contractors, etc. So Aaron, to your point, Acrobat costs 2 1/4 times what Foxit does, and for multiple copies for an organization the difference would be fantastic. Moreover, FEW want to keep their product up to date every year. They are using Microsoft Office 2013 these days because every time they update, they just move things around and they use them for normal tasks which hasn't changed since the 90s. Acrobat is the same. There are no earth-shaking changes like with something like Photoshop.

2. To not have a text balloon for an icon is not modern, it is the way things used to be in the 1980s. Business people WANT optional text menus and/or balloons based on a common language with ASCII text in a spoken language, not another cave/hieroglyphics language that went out of style with the pyramids and changes with every product and update. It's kind of like what "modern" Windows did with the interface they like to call flat where they brought it to 16 colors so you can't tell which Window is on top anymore when borders overlap and brought us back to CGA. If they are now to tell us that the flat interface is modern, then perhaps they can explain why Windows 11 is bringing back the Vista interface where the 3D is back and you can see what belongs to what. If Kaylee is GenZ, then perhaps Aaron and I are "Gen A" and "Gen a" as is Windows 11. Come on Kaylee/Adobe, get with the times. This isn't the 80's anymore.

3. While few are going to use the Adobe Suite, what is missing on this review is the difference between the two when it comes to integrating with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, AutoCAD, and if there are any DDE capabilities and whether either one can work with media files. It would have been good to show how in Foxit you can add watermarking, headers and footers, tailoring password permissions, creating templates, and convert documents to PDFs by simply dragging files of other formats—such as Excel spreadsheets or PowerPoint slideshows—over the PhantomPDF icon to immediately convert them into PDFs.

*Adobe: Insufficient memory to process this page. This is a common Adobe products issue as it also occurs in other Adobe products such as Photoshop. It is a generic error message in that it does mean insufficient memory, but not like you think. You could have 4 gigs and up it to 128 gigs and it would make zero difference. It means the app has exceeded what Windows sets aside for itself that is commonly referred to "resources". It requires you to edit a registry edit to fix. I won't tell you how to fix it here because the number you pick requires some care and understanding that you will want to read about. This has to do with development tools that Adobe uses to make their apps. You don't commonly see that error except in Adobe products. Otherwise, you will only run into that error when an application goes nuts or your keyboard does and opens hundreds of windows. It is the Windows resources that keeps it from going on forever.

PS: I've been buying Adobe PDF for customers but for myself I think I'll give Foxit a try when I order my next computer. I found this video ad from Foxit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7ewXm6Elbk interesting. It looks more intuitive that what I'm used to with Adobe. It has a trial and if you check their product page, you can see that they have covered what you need to sell it to larger organizations. Dell's market is based on business and I can see why Dell sells it as their alternative to Adobe. Adobe is great, and the most capable, but I and a lot of other people just want intuitive because most don't use it on a daily basis. But this is not like Photoshop where there is no real alternative.

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Augusto 30/08/2021 - 02:33

And PDF Element Pro ??

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r. j. bare 30/08/2021 - 02:33

Could you please post in your description which Foxit you were using? On their website I see two different (3 if you count Mac) versions Foxit Standard and Foxit Business. I phoned Foxit a bit ago and asked for some key differences between their Standard and Business, the main difference for me is the ability to edit the images. Fox it also has an Educational discount which would be their online version and is (at the time of this typing) $25 a year.

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Richard Carter 30/08/2021 - 02:33

Yeah but acrobat is a standard software everyone knows. I feel like foxit is way over priced and now doesn't have a free version worth using like it used to.

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Graham Wideman 30/08/2021 - 02:33

On the plus side, thanks to Aaron for conveying some confidence that Foxit PhantomPDF is a solid candidate, even if these reviews didn't go very far into the deeper features, which is where "the devil is in the details".

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Graham Wideman 30/08/2021 - 02:33

Yep, 5:10 just reinforces the contempt I have developed over almost 25 years for Adobe Acrobat. How on earth, in 2021, can this product fail to acquire sufficient memory to edit an 8-page employment contract? Every dang version of this product has stuff that plain doesn't work properly. Over the years it's been a print dialog that is totally confused about page numbers, or annotation editing that doesn't work, or UI elements that mysteriously sometimes work and sometimes don't, or mysteriously not displaying some subset of colored items in monochrome, or the switch to continuous page mode that for some reason prompts Acrobat to change the width at the same time… you get the idea.
And if current Acrobat Reader DC is anything to go by, it's slow as molasses doing even light-weight tasks like resizing the window can easily take 10 seconds on a sizable PDF. In that regard it's way worse than Acrobat X from 2011. The Acrobat software department seems to be the place where Adobe's B team resides. And that's probably an insult to B teams.

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Graham Wideman 30/08/2021 - 02:33

0:50 Acrobat Standard DC as of today is at $156/yr for a susbcription. Which stops working after a year. If you want to buy a desktop version not chained to *&^%$ DC cloud, and doesn't quit after a year, it's more like $450.

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