Prince supports optional PDF profiles, which can be selected
--pdf-profile option on the
setProfile method if using a server
wrapper, or the
The available profiles are:
Generally speaking, PDF/A profiles were created with the goal of long-term preservation of the documents (PDF for Archiving), while PDF/X profiles were created to address publisher's needs in the graphic arts industry (PDF for eXchange).
Choosing one profile over another can help producing a PDF file which has the right properties for its intended destination. Each PDF profile places restrictions on the features allowed in a PDF file in order to achieve its aims. Please also see the Color Management section for the impact the PDF profiles have on color management. Prince produces error messages when the restrictions are not respected.
foo.html--encrypt --no-embed-fonts --pdf-profile="PDF/A-1b" prince: error: PDF/A-1b does not support encryption prince: error: PDF/A-1b requires fonts to be embedded
--pdf-output-intentcommand line option in the PDF Output Options section)