e-PDF to Image Converter could not only convert user password protected , but also convert owner password protected PDF file to image file with on Windows platforms.
Sometimes, in our daily work time, we need to encrypt our essential PDF files for commercial purpose or personal goals with open password and owner password. And also for some reasons, it is preferable to extract content of password protected PDF file to image file, e.g., JPG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, GIF, RAS, PBM, TGA etc.. And then, e-PDF to Image Converter could be your best selection for converting password protected PDF file to image files variously, singly or in batches. And here is a free chance for you to experience e-PDF to Image Converter conveniently:
After you click icon above, please extract contained folder from ZIP file to your computer, so e-PDF to Image Converter could be used later in your own computer.
Step1. Open Command Prompt window
Command Prompt window is running environment of commands in Windows systems, so you need to open it with elementary steps:
Click Windows + R hotkey > input cmd.exe or cmd in pop dialog box > click ok
Step2. Type commands to fulfill conversion from password protected PDF file to image file
pdf2img.exe -opw 123456 –upw 654321 C:\in\source1.pdf C:\out\source1.png
In the example above, pdf2img.exe is to run e-PDF to Image Converter, -opw 123456 is a parameter to process owner password “123456” protected PDF, –upw 654321 is parameter to process user password “654321” protected PDF, C:\in\source1.pdf is to specify input PDF file, C:\out\source1.png is to specify output image file.
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