Here are the pcl2afp
- PCL data can contain device commands (for example, to begin or end duplexing or to change the input bin). The AFP architecture
defines those device functions in a form definition resource instead of the print data. To access those device functions (such
as duplexing and bin selection), you must specify them in the form definition or attributes file, or on a print command, when
you print the job.
NoteDuplexing is the default.
- Resolution conversion algorithms might yield degraded appearance when used to reduce the resolution of a data stream. For
this reason, PCL to AFP might degrade the appearance of higher-resolution data streams when used with 240-pel printers. You should verify that print
fidelity is satisfactory.
- There are subtle differences between PCL4 and PCL5e when it comes to handling fonts. While many PCL4 files will work with
PCL to AFP, some might not produce the expected output.