How to Convert PDF to JPG
AXPDF PDF to Image Converter helps you convert all formats of PDF files into commonly usable image formats, include PDF to JPG, PDF to JPEG and other image formats.
Please follow this manual to convert PDF to JPEG file.
Convert PDF to JPEG format:
From the "Option" column there is "Output Type" category, please click on the dropdown list of the "Output Type" and choose "JPEG format" as you are going to get JPG or JPEG images.
JPEG quality settings:
- JPEG quality:
Default is 75%.
If you increase quality, the width and height will not affect, the file size will increase. And vise versa.
Default is 150 dpi.
If you increase resolution, the width and height will increase, the file size will increase. And vise versa.
- Width and height of the converted image:
Image width = Resolution (dots per inch) * Page_width (inch)
Image height = Resolution (dots per inch) * Page_height (inch)
page size = 8.5 * 11 (inch)
Resolution set to 100 dpi (100 dots per inch)
Converted file size = 850 * 1100
- JPEG quality:
- Convert into color image or gray image - Color depth.
- All pages
- Current page: Please click the green left or right button to preview pages in the little viewer and choose to convert page.
- Pages: You can also choose pages or page ranges to convert. Enter page numbers and/or page ranges separated by commas. For example, 1,3,5-12.
Press "Convert" to start converting.
When the JPEG file is successfully created, it will be saved to the specified output folder and a pop-up dialogue box will ask if you would like to open the output folder