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The Any Video Converter Ultimate 5.7.1 Multilingual only supports one database character set, i.e., UTF8. All the tables and stored procedures use the UTF8 character set. Any non-Unicode character can be handled without any problems. For MultiByte character sets such as UTF16, the Any Video Converter Ultimate 5.7.1 Multilingual must be used to convert non-Unicode PDFs before converting the text to Unicode. For example, if the PDF contains Greek characters, the text in the PDF should be converted to UTF8 before conversion to Unicode.
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