PDF2Image 1.1.2
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PDF2Image is a simple that converts a PDF into images - page by page - useful so that you can play PDF data on an iPhone.
What's New
Version 1.1.2:
  • New magnification field to get larger images than 72dpi.
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.5 or later

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Roro01 commented on 06 Dec 2010
ImagesFromPDF (https://sourceforge.net/projects/imagesfrompdf/) enables you to convert each page of a multipage PDF file into a separate image and then rename and make sequential the resulting images.
[Version 1.1.2]


Thecap commented on 21 Sep 2009
Exactly what I need -- if only I could choose the size of the output images in pixels.
[Version 1.0.1]

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Fuel Collective, LLC. (developer) replied on 14 Jan 2010
Check out the new version ;)


gcoghill reviewed on 22 Oct 2008
I too, like the developer, am amazed that there wasn't something like this built-in to Preview or Acrobat Pro (or even reader).

The app works perfectly, big thanks and kudos to the developer!

One small issue: it would be nice if the JPG quality slider retained it's setting. It defaults to 90% for every new document.
[Version 1.0.1]


Roro01 reviewed on 23 Feb 2008

Thank you very much for sorting out the issues I mentioned below.

I've released BatchReformat'em which batch converts images to other formats. PDF2Image and BatchReformat'em complement each other as the former converts a multiple paged PDF file to images - page by page - in various formats and the latter converts a batch of single page PDF files to images in various formats.
[Version 1.0.1]

Roro01 had trouble on 08 Feb 2008
Works as described for JPEG. All images black for BMP. Dark grey background for all other formats (when original PDF's pages backgrounds is white). iMac Intel 10.4.11
[Version 1.0]

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Krystof Vasa replied on 09 Feb 2008

thank you for your input. I will take a look and see what can I do about it. I may be able to fix it. I needed it just for JPEG, so I didn't test other formats. Sorry for that.


Roro01 replied on 09 Feb 2008
Thank you for that. Would it also be possible to add a feature allowing the user to select which pages to convert? Then the user would not have to convert a whole, large PDF document if they only wanted a few pages.
Krystof Vasa replied on 10 Feb 2008
I think it would be possible. How would you like me to implement it? As a range of pages? Or maybe a list with checkboxes next to each page?

Thanks for your ideas.


Roro01 replied on 10 Feb 2008
Thanks for your speedy reply and for considering the suggested feature. I think the best idea would be a list with checkboxes next to each page.

I also noticed that you don't have an icon for your application so I have made one for you but don't have your email address. If you would like to email me at rorocash@googlemail.com I will send it to you.

Justanag rated on 07 Dec 2010

[Version 1.1.2]

Version Downloads:5,276
Type:Multimedia Design : Image Editing
Date:06 Dec 2010
Platform:PPC 64 / PPC 32 / Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
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PDF2Image is a simple that converts a PDF into images - page by page - useful so that you can play PDF data on an iPhone.

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