Extract PDF image to popular JPG, TIFF, PNG, GIF and BMP image formats on Mac
5.0/5 (1 vote)
5.0/5 (2 votes)
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PDF Image Extract Review
Many companies and individuals create PDF files with images because it is an efficient way to compress images and photos for distribution. Normally it is not possible to copy or save images that have been embedded into PDF files. In order to save the images, you need an application to extract the images.
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This is where PDF Extract Image for Mac comes in. Using this program you are able to open one or more PDF files, extract the images and save them in multiple formats to your local hard drive.
In this review, we take a look at the PDF Extract Image for Mac application, and check to see how well it works for this purpose.
When you first open the application, the PDF content window will appear to allow you to browse for PDF files that you wish to process. You can either browse to a PDF file or drag-and-drop the file into the content processing window.
Once you have selected the PDF files for processing, you need to set a few options that tell the program where on your hard drive you want to save the images, either in the original directory where the PDF source file resides, or some other directory that you can choose to use the file dialog window.
If you select PDF files and place them into the content window, and then decide that you want to remove those, you can do so easily by clicking on the Remove button.
The actual process of extracting the images is extremely fast. In one large PDF file that I used for review purposes, containing many images, the extraction process took only a few seconds. The speed of extraction will depend largely on how fast your computer is, but in my opinion, it is not necessary to have an extremely fast computer to do the job.
The quality of the images extracted will mirror the quality of images that were originally saved in the PDF file. So if, you have a PDF file containing many images of low quality to begin with, then the quality of images that are saved will not be any better than the original image quality.
The application exports to a wide variety of formats including JPG, GIF, PNG, TIFF and BMP, so there is a good interaction between other applications once the export is complete. You can use the resulting images in just about any image editing program or HTML editor.
Version reviewed 2.5.0 on: 23 Jan 2013
Support to extract PBM images from PDF files.
Works as advertised !
I have found the application to work pretty good, it extracts the images exactly the way it claims. Image extraction was fast and the operation of the program was dead simple. One of the things I like about this software developer, is that they make all of their applications easy to use with no hassles. I recommend this application if you have the need to extract images from your PDF files. There was also an embedded help file that you can refer to in case you have questions.
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