PDF to JPG converter is an application designed to convert PDF documents to image formats while maintaining their original formatting.
PDF to JPG converter supports several image formats: JPG, BMP, GIF, PNG. Use the GIF format to get the smallest file size. GIF is very often used to represent different images on web pages. However, GIF is limited to 8 bits per pixel, and 256 colors. In order to save the exact colors and not to lose the image quality as a whole, use the PNG format. PNG has all the advantages of the GIF format and brings a number of additional features. PNG images can have a resolution of 8, 24 or 48 bits per pixel.
The main feature of PNG is the ability to store full-color images without loss of quality. To get the optimal balance between file size and image quality, select JPEG. JPEG is a compression method, which is well suited, for example, for photographs. Some details of the image are lost in the process of compression, however, human eyes are not able to see these changes. JPEG can give you a resolution of 24 bits per pixel, which means you have 16 million colors at your disposal. If you are going to further process the image, it is better to save it in BMP format. BMP is a standard MS Windows graphic format. This format can store images in resolutions of 1, 4, 8, 15, 24, 32 or 64 bits per pixel. Adobe Acrobat is not needed for conversion.
- The program supports converting to formats such as JPG, BMP, GIF and PNG, which gives more freedom in determining the quality of the final format;
- adjustment of the degree of compression. You can specify your own compression value for the JPEG format. However, you should keep in mind that a higher compression percentage results in lower image quality. The 20:1 compression ratio will cause the final result to be incomparable with the original figure, and we do not recognize it;
- Support for password-protected PDF documents Before printing, you can specify a password if required by the PDF document;
- automatic conversion. You can convert 100 or more documents automatically. This creates a separate folder where all images for each PDF document are stored.