PDF to JPG 10.0 Build 043 | 1.29 MB
PDF to JPG is used to convert PDF files to JPG, PNG, BMP, TIF, GIF, PCX and TGA images in batch mode. It works without Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader, and has Command Line Interface (CLI), fast and accurate conversion ability, friendly interface, small size.
It retains the original appearance of PDF files in the output jpg/png/bmp and other image files.
Also, PDF to JPG supports Unicode PDF file name and content, converting the password-protected PDF files, setting output resolution & colors, rotating the output images, and specifying page range to convert.
-Fast, accurate, small, and friendly interface.
-Working without Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader.
-Supports to set the resolution and colors for the output images.
-Supports rotating output images.
-Retains the original appearance in the output image files.
-Supports processing the password-protected PDFs.
-Supports specifying page range of PDF files to convert.
Important: optimized the output filenames and path. For example: in previous versions, it will convert test.pdf into "output folder\test.pdf-JPG\P0001.jpg, P0002.jpg, ... P0235.jpg...", now, stored as "output folder\test1.jpg, test2.jpg, ... test235.jpg...". This feature will greatly reduce the workload of renaming the output image files, and you can see the outputs at a glance even conveniently compare the PDF file with the converted results.
Important: check if the file is a valid PDF document when drag-and-drop it to the list.
Important: added the icon for the context menuitem of the main list.
Optimized the -? argument for CLI: points to the really existing segment of the help document.
Optimized software texts for multiple languages.
Changed the trial limitation from "6 pages trial" to "watermarks the outputs".
Can remove the whole PTJ program folder after uninstalled it.
Removed the "Add to Quick Launch Bar" option from the installer, because from Win Vista, it has no meaning.
Uses the special purchase page for PTJ, simpler and clearer.
Home Page - http://www.pdf-helper.com/pdf-to-jpg/