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PDF Imager

Easily Convert PDF Documents to Image Files

$13.90
v1.000 for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Win 11, 10, 8, 7
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You’ve converted your signature into an image file that makes it quick and easy to insert into documents, but then the world shifted and now everyone is using PDF. Have you lost your ability to use your electronic signature? Not if you pick up today’s discount software promotion, PDF Imager!

PDF Imager lets you convert a PDF document into an image file so that you can insert signature graphics using Paint, Photoshop, or other editor, With PDF Imager, you’ll be able to choose output formats that include BMP, JPEG and PNG, EPS, GIF and TIFF, maximizing the compatibility of the file with your image software.

Best of all, PDF Imager offers a straightforward and intuitive interface, so it’s accessible to anyone, no matter what level of technical experience.

Review Written by Constantin Florea

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Dan P Too bad you can't add PDF documents to a PDF creation as well.
Jul 12 at 2:48am Copy Link
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Robert Crombie Does your program have a command line interface ? Such an interface allows you to call (execute) the program, whilst passing instructions such as - Convert all PDFs in folder C:\PDFs\ Into JPGs Placing the JPGs into folder C:\JPGs\ It would be nice if it could delete each PDF after it is converted to JPG
Similar functionality could also be provided WITHOUT using the command line. That would entail the program having some settings where, we tell it where the PDFs folder is (to watch), and where the output JPGs folder is, and the program can be told to run minimized, and keep watching the PDFs folder. Meaning every time the program sees PDFs (in the PDFs folder), it converts them into JPGs (into the JPGs folder) automatically. It would delete the PDFs after it has converted them.
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Andreas Stroebel No, PDF Imager currently does not have a command line interface.
ASCOMP Software GmbH - Jul 13 at 5:56am Copy Link
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