Mgosoft PDF To Image Converter

Convert multiple PDFs to various image formats with the help of this easy to use and intuitive software solution that supports JPEG, PNG and GIF.

  • Mgosoft PDF To Image Converter
  • Version:11.7.4
  • License :Demo
  • OS:Windows All
  • Publisher:Mgosoft

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Mgosoft PDF To Image Converter Description

Mgosoft PDF To Image Converter is an easy to use and intuitive software solution for users who need a quick and simple means of processing multiple files at the same time.

An easy to use batch PDF converter

The application was designed with ease of use in mind. Its interface is neat and lacks any unnecessary decoration, giving it a pleasant, elegant look.

In order to add documents to the conversion queue, users can simply drag and drop single or multiple files into the main window of the application. Dragging and dropping entire folders is not supported, however, they can be added by clicking the dedicated button situated in the upper left corner of the main window of the application.

Users can then select a format to save the pictures to and a destination for the output files. One should note that the application supports the following formats: TIF, TIFF, JPG (including JP2 and JPC), GIF, PNG, BMP, PCX, WMF, EMF, TGA and RAS.

Processing your PDFs into images is as easy as pressing the ‘Start Converting’ button.

Handy options and extra features

The Settings window features several tabs that one can access in order to configure the application.

The Common tab enables users to resize and rotate the resulting images, as well as to create individual directories for each PDF. The latter of these two extra features can come in handy for users who need to separate the output files based on which source file they were extracted from.

Accessing the other tabs enables users to view and configure settings for each of the supported formats. These options include color depth, compression and quality. Users should note that not all of the previously mentioned formats support all of the options. For example, while TIFF files support compression (users can choose between PACKBITS, CCITT Fax4/Fax3, LZW, RunLength or JPEG compression), BMP ones do not.

Conclusion

This is a handy an convenient application that can help users quickly convert multiple PDFs to images.

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