Do you want to just convert specific pages of EEPDF PDF to Image Converter Command Line will be a good assistant for you.(JPG/ PNG/TIFF/GIF)? If so, the application
PDF (Portable Document Format) is currently the most widely used electronic document format worldwide. However, it is difficult to view some PDF files on small screens that come with some readers and smartphones. To resolve this problem, you can convert PDF documents to images.
EEPDF PDF to Image Converter Command Line is a powerful command line application that can convert PDF to various image formats including BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, TIFF, JPEG, EMF, TGA, PCX, PNM, RAS, PBM, TIF, etc. It can not only convert a whole PDF document to image, but also can convert specific PDF pages to image.
Just by following the steps below, you can successfully convert a specific PDF page to image.
Step 1. Download and unzip
Then, please unzip the package to a folder in computer disk. In the unzipped folder, you can see an executable file named pdf2img.exe which is the called program.
Step 2. Input commands
In order to input commands, please open MS-DOS command prompt window in which you can input commands first. Then, please refer to the following command line template to input your commands.
pdf2img [options] <PDF-file> <img-file>
- pdf2img.exe: call the program.
- [options]: set parameters.
- <PDF-file>: specify the input PDF file.
- <img-file >: specify the output image.
To convert a specific PDF page to image, you can use the following two options: -f <int> and -l <int>.
D:\eepdf_pdf2image_cmd\pdf2img.exe -f 1 –l 2 D:\ princess.pdf E:\ princess.png
This example is to convert a PDF file princess.pdf to princess.png image.
In the following two snapshots, you can see the original PDF file and the converted PNG image.
In fact, this application supports more options than the above ones, and you may learn more usages and options from the readme.txt document in the unzipped package.
This is the end of this article and you can get full version of EEPDF PDF to Image Converter Command Line.