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PDF To Image Converter ( Version: 13.0.1 )
Mgosoft PDF To Image is a fast, affordable way to batch convert PDF files to image formats. It directly convert PDF files to dozens of image formats, such as TIFF, JPEG, PNG, BMP, PCX, GIF, WMF, EMF, TGA and so on, it retains the layout, images, text, line, ellipse, color, and formatting of the original PDF file. It also support extract text from pdf with searchable text and indexes.
Mgosoft PDF To Image does NOT require Adobe Acrobat, and original PDF formatting and interrelation of text and graphical elements on each page. Creating documents which can be viewed on any computer with a Image viewer. And you can set the image quality, image color, image resolution, etc.
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 PDF To Image Command Line
  Server License $199.00
  Developer License $399.00
 PDF To Image SDK & COM (Document)
  Server License $199.00
  Developer License $399.00
License Agreement
Server License:
Under one Server License, you can use the corresponding SOFTWARE on exactly one server computer that offers service to clients. If the SOFTWARE contains source codes, you have the right to modify and reuse the codes under the Server License.
Developer License:
Under one Developer License, you can integrate the corresponding SOFTWARE into your developed software and redistribute it with royalty-free. If the SOFTWARE contains source codes, you have the right to modify and reuse the codes under the Developer License.
Main interface of the software: Display All Screenshots and Settings >>
Key Functions
Support dozens of image formats, include TIF, TIFF, JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP, PCX, WMF, EMF, TGA etc;
Produce multipage TIFF files;
Support Progressive JPEG, Baseline JPEG;
Support Extract Text from pdf with Searchable Text and Indexes.
Support for PACKBITS, CCITT Fax4/Fax3, LZW, RunLength, JPEG, etc. compression of TIFF files;
Supports conversion into 1, 4, 4-bit grayscale, 8, 8-bit grayscale or 24-bit format;
Supports set the image format (bitonal, grayscale, color);
Options to control target compression algorithm and quality;
Choose to convert each page or a custom page range;
Change DPI settings depending on your needs;
Standalone software, Adobe Acrobat and Reader NOT required!
Support for Unicode and all PDF font formats;
Convert owner password protected PDF files to image files directly.
Support Password Protected PDF file conversion.
Use it on all Windows version including the latest builds of Windows 10.
Command Line
Usage: pdftoimage <-i PDF File> [options]
-i <string> Specify input pdf file or folder.
-o <string> Specify output folder
-w <string> Set open pdf file password.
-t <string> Set image type, default is 'jpg'.
-t tif: tif image file ( -b 24, 8, 7, 4, 3, 1 ).
-t bmp: bmp image file ( -b 24, 8, 7, 4, 3, 1 ).
-t png: png image file ( -b 24, 8, 7, 4, 3, 1 ).
-t pcx: pcx image file ( -b 24, 8, 7, 4, 3, 1 ).
-t gif: gif image file ( -b 8, 7, 4, 3, 1 ).
-t jpg: jpg image file ( -b 24, 7 ).
-t wmf: wmf image file.
-t emf: emf image file.
-t tga: tga image file ( -b 24, 8, 7 ).
-t jp2: jpeg2000 image file ( -b 24, 7 ).
-t jpc: jpeg2000 image file ( -b 24, 7 ).
-t ras: ras image file ( -b 24, 7 ).
-t txt: Extract text.
===Image parameter (only for Image)===
-b <int> Set color depth.
-b 24: True color ( 24 bits )
-b 8: 256 color ( 8 bits )
-b 7: 256 color grayscale ( 8 bits )
-b 4: 16 color ( 4 bits )
-b 3: 16 color grayscale ( 4 bits )
-b 1: black/white (1 bits )
-q <int> Set quality for jpeg image,from 1 to 100,default is 75.
-z <int> Set save jpeg image mode.
-z 1: Progressive JPEG (default)
-z 2: Baseline JPEG
-z 3: Optimized baseline JPEG
-c <string> Set compression method fo tiff files, default is 'jpeg'
-c none: Create TIFF file without compression ( -b 24, 8, 7, 4, 3, 1 )
-c lzw: Compress TIFF using LZW arithmetic ( -b 24, 8, 7, 4, 3, 1 )
-c jpeg: Compress TIFF using JPEG arithmetic ( -b 24, 7 )
-c packbits: Compress TIFF using PACKBITS arithmetic ( -b 24, 8, 7, 4, 3 )
-c g4: Compress TIFF using CCITT G4 arithmetic ( -b 1 )
-c g3: Compress TIFF using CCITT G3 arithmetic ( -b 1 )
-c rle: Compress TIFF using RLE arithmetic ( -b 1 )
-x <int> Set Horizontal resolution in generated image files,form 72 to 600, default is 72.
-y <int> Set Vertical resolution in generated image files,form 72 to 600, default is 72.
-g <int> Set rotate angle, 0,90,180,270
-s <string> Set image size.
-s 1024x768: Set generated image width is 1024, height is 768.
-n <string> Set page range to convert.
-n 2,5-15,20-: Extract page 2,page 5 through 15, page 20 through end.
-n even: Extract even pages.
-n odd: Extract odd pages.
-m Set output to multi-page TIFF file, default is output to single page TIFF files.
===Watermark (only for Image)===
-at <string> The content of the stamp.
-as <int> Set the font size, default is 16 point.
-ac <int> Set the text color,range from 0-16777215,default is 255(red).
-af <int> Set the font name, default is Arial.
-ab Set the font bold.
-ai Set the font is italic.
-au Set the font is underlined.
-ap <int> The Position of stamps.
1 = Stamps on the Top-Left of the page. (default)
2 = Stamps on the Top-Center of the page.
3 = Stamps on the Top-Right of the page.
4 = Stamps on the Right-Center of the page.
5 = Stamps on the Right-Bottom of the page.
6 = Stamps on the Bottom-Center of the page.
7 = Stamps on the Left-Bottom of the page.
8 = Stamps on the Left-Center of the page.
9 = Stamps on the Center of the page.
-ax <int> Offset from current position.
e.g -ax 10 Move to right 10 point
e.g -ax -10 Move to left 10 point
-ay <int> Offset from current position.
e.g -ay 10 Move to bottom 10 point
e.g -ay -10 Move to top 10 point
===Text parameter (only for extract text)===
-em <int> Text output mode
-em 1 Maintain original physical layout.
-em 2 Keep strings in content stream order.
-eb Insert page breaks between pages.
Supported Operating Systems
OS: Microsoft® Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 of both 32-bit and 64-bit.