Converting PDF documents into image files is a common need for many students, professionals and office workers. Fortunately, they count on PDF to JPG, a specialized tool that converts PDF documents into JPG and other widely used image file formats, in batches. Moreover, if for any reason you prefer using a command-line interface rather than a visual one, PDF to JPG also offers you this chance.
Besides JPEG, this program supports converting your PDF documents into PNG, GIF, BMP, TIF, PCX and TGA image formats. You can also select the output resolution in pixels per inch, whether to conserve the original colors or get white & black image files, and the output folder. Since the program supports batch conversion, you can create a conversion list by adding your source documents either through the "Add PDF files" dialog or directly by dragging them from the Windows explorer.
Once your source list is ready, you can specify the page range to be converted of each source document, or simply let the program convert all the pages. Note that PDF to JPG generates one output image file per each page in all your source documents, however, all the images resulting from a single PDF file are grouped in a separate sub-folder, so you can identify them easily. The program provides a very good conversion speed in general terms, but of course the total duration of the process will depend on the total number of source pages to be converted.
Summing it all up, PDF to JPG is an excellent alternative when it comes to convert PDF documents into image files. Unfortunately, if you require to configure the specific parameters of the selected output format, you will need to resource to a more advanced PDF converter. PDF to JPG supports 10 popular languages that you can select from for its interface.
- Easy to use.
- Supports batch PDF conversion.
- Supports 7 widely used image formats.
- Provides very good conversion speeds.
- Multilingual interface
- Doesn't allow you to configure the specific parameters of the supported output formats