This article aims to show you how to use e-PDF to Image Converter to convert specific pages of of specific resolution on Windows platforms.
e-PDF to Image Converter converts PDF files to JPG, JPEG, TIFF, BMP, PNG, GIF, TGA, PCX, PNM, RAS, PBM, etc. images and supports Password Protected PDF files, and it also support followings:
- Specify any resolution from 10 to 1200 dpi in the generated image files
- Specify width and height in the generated image files
- Able to trim images (remove margins from image files)
- Extract a page range from an existing PDF file to image files
- Support several compression method of Tiff images: LZW, JPEG, PACKBITS, GROUP4, GROUP3 or ZIP
- Convert PDF files to Fax compatible Tiff files
- Produce multipage Tiff files
- Support all languages, including English, German, Dutch, French, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, etc.
- Support conversion into 1, 8, 24 or 32-bit or 8-bit grayscale format
- Does not require Adobe Acrobat or Reader
- Able to be launched from command line, from batch file or another application
- Support anti-aliasing for text, graphics and image objects
Please do not hesitate to use trial version e-PDF to Image Converter to realize conversion in your computer with following steps:
Step1. Run Command Prompt window
Command Prompt is operating environment of command line on Windows platforms, so you need to run cmd.exe to open it on screen directly. And then, you can use it for later process in your computer.
Step2. Input command line and parameters to convert specific pages PDF file to image with specific resolution
After opening Command Prompt, you can refer to following examples to fulfill your own conversion:
pdf2img.exe -f 1 -l 10 -r 300 C:\in.pdf C:\out.jpg
pdf2img.exe –f 2 –l 3 –xres 200 –yres 200 C:\in.pdf C:\out.tif
where you need to know:
- -f <int> : first page to print
- -l <int> : last page to print
- -r <int> : resolution for both X and Y, in DPI (default is 150)
- -xres <int>: xresolution, in DPI (default is 150)
- -yres <int>: yresolution, in DPI (default is 150)
- pdf2img.exe: call executive file “pdf2img.exe”
- C:\in.pdf: specify input PDF file
- C:\out.jpg/tif: specify output JPG/TIF file
Finally, please click enter in Command Prompt window, and then, later on, you can get specific resolution image files from specific pages of added PDF in destination folder.
However, you may find there are watermarks in produced image files, so, to remove these watermarks, please buy e-PDF to Image Converter.