PDF to Image Converter 3.5.7 released

On October 26, 2010, in News, by admin

We just released PDF to Image Converter 3.5.7

Change log:

  • Show the trial days left in the registration dialog.

View more information:
http://www.overpdf.com/products/pdf-to-image-converter/

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PDF to Image Converter 3.5.6 released

On October 24, 2010, in News, by admin

We just released PDF to Image Converter 3.5.6

Change log:

  • Improved output image file name.

If the PDF’s file name is Music.pdf, and the output type is JPG.

If the PDF file have only 1 page then the output file name is Music.jpg

If the PDF file have more than 1 page and less than 10 pages then the output file name is Music1.jpg, Music2.jpg, Music3.jpg…

If the PDF file have more than 10 pages and less than 100 pages then the output file name is Music01.jpg, Music02.jpg, Music03.jpg…

And so on.

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http://www.overpdf.com/products/pdf-to-image-converter/

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PDF to Image Converter 3.5.5 released

On October 20, 2010, in News, by admin

We just released PDF to Image Converter 3.5.5

Change log:

  • fix a bug in the command line version about PDF file list in txt file

http://www.overpdf.com/products/pdf-to-image-converter/

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PDF to Image Converter 3.5.4 released

On October 10, 2010, in News, by admin

We just released PDF to Image Converter 3.5.4
Change log:

  • change default image quality to 100
  • modify the watermark text

http://www.overpdf.com/products/pdf-to-image-converter/

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Customer questions:

  • How do we specify JPEG quality? Sometimes we need a lower quality in order to keep file sizes low.
  • How can we specify the output filename? We do not want it to be “first named” as the original PDF file.

I am looking very much forward to your swift reply. Thank you in advance.  :-)
It would be great if you could supply an additional option or parameter called (for instance) “pfn” for “prefix filename”, thus enabling us to define the first part of the file name preceding the subsequent number sequence.Example: pdftoimg -i “C:\test” -pfn “outputfilename_” -apn %03d

This would result in the following output files:

outputfilename_001.jpg
outputfilename_002.jpg
outputfilename_003.jpg

Our answer:

We have add two options to the command line version

-pfn prefix file name, e.g. “output_”
-qlt output file quality, from 0 to 100, e.g. “90″

Sample:
C:\Program Files\OverPDF PDF to Image Converter>pdftoimg -i “C:\test\2.pdf” -pfn “100_” -apn “%04d” -qlt “100″

Get more information here.
http://www.overpdf.com/products/pdf-to-image-converter-command-line-version/

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Add a menu item to context menu of PDF files

On August 16, 2010, in News, by admin

We just add a menu item to context menu of PDF files. When you click on a PDF file and click right menu, then on the context menu you will see a menu item named “OverPDF – Convert PDF to image”, after you select this item, OverPDF will convert the PDF to JPG, JPEG(or other image format you selected in the PDF to image converter first).

This give you big convenience when you want to convert PDF to JPG, JPEG you don’t need to start up PDF to image converter. Just right click the PDF files and select the menu item, then the software will do the job for you and convert the JPG, JPEG files on the current directory.

The output image will be as same as the converter. So if you want to convert PDF to GIF, then you can select the output image to GIF in the PDF to image converter. This works for all formats like PNG, BMP, etc. We also add two menu item under “Tools”, which can let you add or remove the context menu item from the PDF files. You can easily config to fit your needs.

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How to Convert PDF to JPG?

On January 16, 2010, in Help, by admin

1. Download and install PDF to Image Converter.

Install PDF to JPEG Converter

2. Run PDF to Image Converter, select the PDF files you want to convert.

Run PDF to JPEG Converter

3. Set the output image type to JPG. If needed, you can set image width or height. If want to create folder for every PDF, please check “create sub folder for output image”.

4. Click “Convert” button to start convert PDF to JPG.

Convert PDF to JPEG

How to Convert PDF to Image?

On January 16, 2010, in Help, by admin

1. Download and install PDF to Image Converter.

Install PDF to Image Converter

2. Run PDF to Image Converter, select the PDF files you want to convert.

Run PDF to Image Converter

3. Set the output image type. If needed, you can set image width or height. If want to create folder for every PDF, please check “create sub folder for output image”.

4. Click “Convert” button to start convert PDF to Image.

Convert PDF to Image

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