It is simple to use e-PDF to Image Converter to convert password protected files through on Windows platforms.
PDF file, which is Cross-platform document created by Adobe Acrobat or a program with the Acrobat plug-in. PDF files are commonly used for e-mail attachments or for saving publications in a standard format for viewing on multiple computers. PDF files could be usually created from another document instead of from scratch. Normally, PDF files can be viewed and edited with Adobe Acrobat, a commercial program and popular web browsers with plug-in. PDF files may contain text, images, forms, annotations, outlines, and other data. PDF files preserve fonts and formatting electronically across multiple platforms and appear the same on the screen as they will when printed on paper.
What we need:
After downloading this package of this application, please unzip its content to your computer, so you can use e-PDF to Image Converter to accomplish mission here directly in your own computer later.
How to convert password protected PDF file to image file in Windows systems?
Step1. Open command prompt window
Running command prompt window is essential for Windows users to convert password protected PDF file to image file, for all commands and parameters need to be effective through command prompt window. So just open it in your computer, then you can continue to process tasks with commands.
Step2. Input commands there
When command prompt window is opened on your screen, it is time to type commands and parameters to start conversion with e-PDF to Image Converter with following example referred to:
pdf2img.exe -opw 123789 -upw 456321 C:\in\source.pdf C:\out\target.png
where you need to know parameters:
-opw <password>: specify owner password (for encrypted files)
- -upw <password>: specify user password (for encrypted files)
So –opw 123789 is to type owner password of PDF file and –upw 456321 is to input user password 456321 of PDF file for conversion.
And then, for commands:
- pdf2img.exe – call pdf2img.exe to use this utility
- C:\in\source.pdf – specify input file source.pdf
- C:\out\target.png – specify output filename and file type target.png
After you type commands and relevant parameters like above, you can convert password protected PDF file to image file. Finally, your targeting image files could be added into destination folder directly. In another word, source PDF file C:\in\source.pdf is converted to targeting image file C:\out\target.png through commands and supported parameters mentioned above with e-PDF to Image Converter.