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The ISO 15930 family of standards define PDF/X, which support the graphic arts and professional printing sectors. PDF/X was the first standardized PDF subset and thus is also now the largest family of the ISO PDF subsets.
To identify PDF/A files you may use the VNeeS checker which identifies non PDF/A compliant files in the validation report. An individual PDF/A document may also be identified as such through its PDF/A-specific metadata.
PDF/X is a subset of the PDF ISO standard. The purpose of PDF/X is to facilitate graphics exchange, and it therefore has a series of printing-related requirements which do not apply to standard PDF files. For example, in PDF/X-1a all fonts need to be embedded and all images need to be CMYK or spot colors.
PDF/A vs. PDF. PDF/A is a type of PDF file especially designed for archiving by ensuring long term file accessibility and reproduction. PDF/A files are entirely self-contained and self-referencing, guaranteeing access and file stability regardless of software and other technological changes.
PDF/X requires the general embedding of fonts, even for invisible text. PDF/A does not require fonts that are used only for invisible text to be embedded.
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The other docHub difference between PDF and PDF/A is that the second one is meant for preserving documents that can be restored when needed. On the other hand, a standard PDF cant preserve the documents. Another thing that you cant do in PDF/A file format is encryption.
A PDF/X file is a variant of the classic PDF file format, specially designed to enable graphics exchange - and meet specific needs for printing and publishing. These files support the use of graphic information such as images, fonts and colour profiles and help ensure that no modifications take place during printing.
PDF/X-3 is a strict subset of the ISO PDF specification with a series of printing-related requirements which do not apply to standard PDF files. These are done with the intent that the document will print exactly the same as when they were saved.

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