We did what we promised you! OCR which was launched before has solved many users' troubles in extracting text in scanned PDF files. Then there is a client who sent us an email saying: The text in the PDF file can be extracted, but what about the picture? Therefore, we are developing the function of extracting pictures from PDF files to JPEG at top speed. It will be launched in the PDF Reader Pro for Windows V2.2.0 released this month!
What does the function of extracting images mean?
Do you know what is the function of extracting images from PDF files? In fact, extracting images from PDF files means that you can save or copy the pictures in the PDF files to the local computer in the original format, so there is no need to worry about the pictures being deformed or fuzzy. It will help you process images in PDF files more efficiently and delightfully.
Benefits of extracting images from PDF files to JPEG
A nice function for designers
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Sometimes you need to copy and extract the images from PDF files because maybe you are designing your portfolio and you need visuals for your exhibition, or maybe you just save images from PDF files for later inspiration.
For senior designers, if you often use some popular services like Slide Share in your research, these services are available in PDF format, so it is indispensable for you to save visual ideas from PDF files to reference in your work.
Kind tips: make sure to follow the applicable copyright directions when saving images from someone else’s files.
The best choice for picture porters
There are many platforms for sharing pictures like Instagram, Flickr, etc. And there are also many dedicated picture sharers online, they love to share a lot of beautiful photos every day on major social platforms. If you are one of the picture porters, maybe you will extract photos from PDF online and offline and extract the original quality of the images, then upload them to the platforms like Facebook, Twitter, etc.
An excellent helper for architects
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As an architect or constructor, you may often get a project file that contains the pictures of the building site, the diagrams of the surrounding scene, the topographic map of the building site, etc. When you start to design or construct a building, you have to extract the pictures of the building site from the project file to sketch first. Therefore, the function of extracting images from PDF files to JPEG will be more helpful for you.
A wonderful tool for students
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When you ask your teacher for some learning materials, they often send you PDF files with a mass of mind mapping. To import these mind maps into your study notes, you have to extract them from PDF files.
My friend also shared her story with me. Her electronic photo album of graduation is delivered to them in PDF format, and she just wants to choose two or three photos from the album to share on Facebook. The function of extracting images in PDF files addresses her trouble simply.
The advantages of extracting images in PDF Reader Pro for Windows V2.2.0
Why do I recommend you to try this function in the new version of PDF Reader Pro for Windows？
Get a high-resolution image exactly instead of an unclear screenshot
When you want to save an image from PDF files, maybe the first thing that comes to your mind is to take a screenshot. But after you do that, you will find that the screenshots you take are unclear and low-resolution, so you can’t get the details of them. However, if you use the function of extracting images from PDF files in PDF Reader Pro for Windows V2.2.0, this problem will be solved perfectly. You can get the original images without losing their high quality.
Save your precious time and effort
According to the traditional method, you may need to copy a picture by taking a screenshot, and then paste it to your panel. This means that you can only get the images from PDF files one by one. Sometimes you will also screenshot other content accidentally. What a complicated and tedious procedure! In PDF Reader Pro for Windows V2.2.0, you can extract the images in batch from PDF files and save them as JPEGs directly.
Simple steps to save images anytime and anywhere
In PDF Reader Pro for Windows V2.2.0, you just need to right-click the image, then you can copy it easily. And we provide you with offline services, so you can extract images from PDF files anytime and anywhere!