PDF to JPG 3.4

PDF to JPG allows you to convert PDF documents into image files in batches
4.4  (10 votes)

PDF to JPG allows you to convert PDF documents into image files in batches. Despite the program's name, it allows you to convert your documents not only into JPEG format, but also into a wide variety of image file formats such as PNG, GIF, BMP, TIFF, PCX and TGA. This tool features Command Line Interface support and keeps the original layout of your documents in the resulting image files.

PDF to JPG offers you an extremely intuitive and easy-to-use interface, which does not require any special knowledge. As it supports batch conversion, you can add one or more PDF files to the source list. For this, you need to use the program's "Add PDF Files" button, as it does not support the drag-and-drop method. Then you can select the output format, from among all the options mentioned above. You can also customize the output resolution and select whether to keep the source colors or to get a Black & White image file. Finally, you can specify an output folder for your resulting image files. The program generates one image file from each single page of your source PDF documents.

Despite its simplicity, PDF to JPG offers several interesting and useful features you will probably not find in other conversion tools. For example, you can specify the page range you want to convert for each source PDF file, you can convert password-protected PDF files (providing the right password, of course), and you can use the full set of command-line available options, if for whatever reason you prefer to use them rather than the visual interface. Not to mention that unicode characters in your source PDF documents are not a problem to the PDF to JPG program.

In short, if you simply need to convert PDF documents into image files, I would definitely recommend you trying PDF to JPG, due to its simplicity, versatility and conversion speed.

Ricardo Soria
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Review summary


  • Very intuitive.
  • Supports batch conversion.
  • Supports Command Line Interface.
  • Keeps the original layout of your documents.
  • Converts password-protected PDF files.
  • Allows you to specify the page ranges to be converted


  • Does not support adding source files through the drag-and-drop method
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