How to Extract Images From PDF on MacOSX
Recently I needed to get a lot of images from some pdf documentation file stored on my Mac. Copying and pasting each image was quite boring, so I searched for the tool allowing making this. PDF Image extractor for Mac appeared to be such a tool. One can successfully use it for extracting all the raster images from one or more pdf files and subsequent Gmail shortcut keys pdf download converting them to a variety of formats such as JPEG, GIF, JPG, BMP, PDF, TIFF, PSD, PICT, PNG, SGI and ICNS with different resolution values from 72 to 2400 dpi.
It’s really a user-friendly application, easy to use, having well designed and intuitive interface. The features of the product were rather impressive. The ability to handle multiple PDF files, navigate through the extracted images using navigation keys and keyboard shortcuts, and especially the batch conversion of all, or just certain images, was exactly what I needed. More convenience was in the possibility to customize the extracted images preview size, and also viewing the current PDF file, or selected image information. The ability to change image export preference settings is also a nice feature, and, which is especially convenient, the file name pattern setting.
What was especially nice, the product appeared to have some image editing functionality. You can apply image effects (change brightness, saturation, contrast, gamma and hue values), rotate all or selected images by the specified degrees, flip them vertically and horizontally.
Exporting images is also a fun. Just make this by clicking on the Save, or Save All buttons. Four more convenience buttons: JPG, PNG, TIF, and ICNS (Apple icon format), save the files being exported in the correspondent file formats. Say, you do not wish to change the export format preference setting, and in the same time you need different format for a particular image. Clicking on the convenience button will make this task with elegance.