How to batch convert PDF to image variously

There is a convenient way to batch convert PDF to image with e-PDF to Image Converter on Windows platforms.

In this article, our main tool is e-PDF to Image Converter, which is a professional command line tool that helps Windows users convert PDF files to image files singly or in batches. In addition, this software provides you with popular properties of image files, e.g., DPI, color depth, etc.. And in the following paragraphs, I will describe how to use this software to batch convert PDF file to image files variously with different properties.

1. Download e-PDF to Image Converter

Please download its package here:

Download e-PDF to Image Converter to batch convert PDF to image

After package is downloaded, please open this package > extract its content to your computer, then executive file “pdf2img.exe” could be effective when you run this software in your computer later.

2. Create BAT file

Firstly, please create a blank notepad file, then save it as BAT file in your computer. So you could use it to fill commands.  

3. Type commands to batch convert PDF file to image file variously

In the opened BAT file, you need to firstly type path of executive pdf2img.exe for using software itself. Then, please refer to examples in snapshot below to accomplish conversion from PDF files to image files:

Batch convert PDF to image with command line

And you need to know:

  • ….exe is to call executive file pdf2img.exe to start to use this software
  • ….pdf is to specify source PDF file
  • ….jpg/tif/png/bmp is to specify output filename and file type in order to let e-PDF to Image Converter know what your filename is and which type file you want to produce
  • -f 1 is to set first page for PDF page range
  • -l 10 is to set last page for PDF page range
  • -r 300 is to edit image resolution as 300 DPI
  • -compress 88881 is to compress TIFF file with 204×196 G4 ClassF TIFF
  • -mono is to generate a monochrome image file
  • -multipage is to generate multiple page TIFF file
  • -trimimage is to crop image additional margin for you
  • -opw <string> is to let you type owner password of PDF file
  • -upw <string> is to let you input user password of PDF file

When you finish typing commands in BAT file, you need to save what you typed there and close this BAT file. Then, to make e-PDF to Image Converter batch convert PDF file to image files variously, including setting page range, image resolution, bit-count, cropping blank margin of image and processing password protected PDF file, please double click shortcut of this saved BAT file, and then, later on, what you want to produce and set could be added into targeting folder directly.

As you can tell, this great method could help you save lot of time on this kind of conversions. By now, if my description persuade you a little bit, welcome to try e-PDF to Image Converter here to batch convert PDF file to image file with commands by yourself.

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One Response to How to batch convert PDF to image variously

  1. Nicole Lee says:

    Thanks, I liked this article, great!

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