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PDF Image Magic

Convert PDF Files to Seven Different Image Formats

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Platforms: Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7
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The PDF format is great, but have you ever found yourself needing to share a PDF document (from a website or other means) with people that may not have Adobe Reader installed? Your PDF documents are useless if people can't read or print them.

PDF Image Magic lets you convert PDF files into image files, in any one of seven different file formats! Your documents will then be viewable in any web browser and on any computer. With PDF Image Magic, you'll be able to put your PDF documents on your web site for anyone to view, and send them as email attachments that anyone can read, print out and sign if needed. You'll never have to worry again about whether the person you are sending a document to can read or print it. It's the ideal tool for webmasters that wish to make their PDFs available on web pages with no special requirements to view!

Beyond the simplicity of being able to convert PDF files to images, you'll be pleased to know that PDF Image Magic gives you full technical control over all of the details! Besides image file format, you can also select different resolutions and sizes for your images, and set JPEG quality settings. There's support for batch processing, so you aren't chained to your desk. You can convert hundreds of PDF documents in one fast operation. Multiple pages? Not a problem for PDF Image Magic! PDF Image Magic can even convert password-protected PDFs to image files for you.

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Harry Wallington Are there any advantages to viewing PDF files as image files, rather than as PDF's! Are there that many people without a PDF reader?
Mar 10 2011 at 12:52am Copy Link
Dan Hite The advantage is that a person doesn't need to have Adobe or any other PDF reader installed. Most computers come without any such software installed. Also, PDF readers do come with some security issues. If you don't keep your PDF reader up to date it can fall victim to such issues (see Image files don't have such security issues.
TedCo Software - Mar 10 2011 at 2:24am Copy Link
Michael R. A - for me - interesting usage would be to allow people not having a PC at all, but a DVD-Player / BluRay-Player let have access to PDF-content by converting a PDF-File to single image-files and saving them to the DVD. (In nowadays technical products there might be the case, that there is no printed manual, but instead a CD/DVD with a PDF-File, as happened when buying a TV for relatives of mine (without PC)).

Unfortunately with just copying the image-files to a DVD the result would not be very comfortable. Creating a DVD-menu which would allow a comfortable access to the page-images from the remote-control of the DVD-player would be great:

(1) To choose between more than one stored PDF-File
(2) Allow access to the next picture (page), the last, fast forward (e.g. 10 pages forward), fast backward, first page, last page

Is a feature like this planned and about to be released with a new version (within the year of free upgrades)?
Mar 11 2011 at 1:03pm Copy Link
Dan P I've tried with IE and FireFox but haven't been able to connect to the DataObjx site. Any one else having the same problem?
Mar 12 2011 at 6:08am Copy Link
Dan Hite Dan Panke: FYI, it looks like you had a question about My Book Library
but posted it to the PDF Image Magic page by mistake.
TedCo Software - Mar 12 2011 at 6:36am Copy Link
Dan Hite Michael R: Sorry, but there are no plans to add DVD menu generation to the product. You would need to use your DVD publishing software to create such menus.
TedCo Software - Mar 12 2011 at 6:38am Copy Link
Wearsie Jackson This sounds like a fairly creative approach to solving a problem.

My only concern is that in the last decade, I've never actually dealt with someone who had a PC and couldn't install some kind of PDF reader - there are alternatives to adobe acrobat.

It kind of makes me think of selling duct tape to help people keep their shoes from coming open because the person doesn't want to buy shoelaces.

This is not intended as a criticism, more of an observation. If I actually had ever run into a single individual who couldn't install a PDF reader, I would probably suggest this is an alternative.
Mar 12 2011 at 2:31pm Copy Link
Tamy User Hi,
Are there any limits for the PDF documents size for proceeding them into images?
I meant if I have more than 100 hundred pages in my document.
Nov 22 2021 at 2:25am Copy Link

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