DocumentBurster is a PDF (or Excel) bursting engine. It can take any multi-page PDF and burst it into separate files or folders, Email them out or deliver them via FTP. It also has command line support so it can be scheduled or run from a shortcut. DocumentBurster does not have an engine to run RPT files so the PDF has to be generated from Crystal, a Crystal viewer or the export tool mentioned in my previous post. All you have to do is make sure that each page of the PDF has a specially formatted (invisible) field. This field tells DocumentBurster which pages go together during the burst. Since the only input you need is a PDF you can use DocumentBurster to burst documents generated by any software package, not just Crystal Reports.
Version 6.2 has been released under the AGPL 3.0 license through SourceForge. That means, among other things, that you can use it for free as long as you don’t expect to receive support from the developer. Version 6.3.3 can be purchased from the vendor for $595 which entitles you to one year of support and updates. The web site also lists a free trial option that is good for 25 downloads, but some will probably use the SourceForge edition for their trial.
I have not used it yet but would be very interested in hearing from someone who has. The complete User Guide is also online.