SnapPDF’s Step-by-Step Guide on How to Convert PDF Files to JPG Format Without Losing Quality
Image files can be saved in a variety of formats, including PNG, JPEG, TIFF, RAW, and BMP, amongst a great many more. Each picture file format has perks and drawbacks that are unique to themselves. When photographs are uploaded to a website, the JPG file format is frequently utilized because it is compatible with the Internet.
Converting an image from JPG to PDF format is the appropriate course of action in certain circumstances, most notably when you need to print the image or send it to another location. However, if you want to edit your image in the future using image editing software, you will need to know how to convert PDF files to JPG format.
SnapPDF allows you to convert PDF files to JPG format without sacrificing image quality; for more information, check out the following guide:
Visit the website for the SnapPDF.app. You are free to convert an unlimited number of PDFs throughout that period of time.
When you start the software, either select Open from the File menu and then proceed to the next step, or click the Open icon that is located on the toolbar.
Double clicking on a PDF file will open it in SnapPDF, so choose one from your computer’s library before doing so.
Launch a PDF reader, go to the File menu, and select PDF to Image Conversion. After that, convert PDF to JPG.
The following thing you need to do is click on the Image icon (you will find it in the toolbar, after the AutoCad icon). Choosing “PDF to JPG” from the “Convert” menu is another option for doing this task.
When it comes to converting PDF documents into images, you have a number of different picture formats to select from. However, the JPG file type is the one that will be used as the output format by default.
After you have selected the option to Select, it will no longer be necessary for you to alter the image format; instead, you may proceed directly to clicking the button labeled “Convert Now.” You have the option of selecting the entire PDF, only certain pages within it, or the region that you define.
Checking the “Black and White” box will convert your image to a monochromatic state.
Adjusting the image size in terms of its dimensions and scale is another option for the PDF to JPG conversion. The width of an image is used to determine its size by default; however, you can adjust this so that the height is used instead. On the right hand side of the screen, you will have access to all of these options (see the image below).
To make a modification to the scale, you must first click on that option and then select the desired value.
If you are unhappy with the outcomes, you can always start over by clicking the “Reset” option and entering your information again.
The quality of the final product is dependent on the PDF document; nevertheless, the image quality is typically preserved with this form of conversion.
You have the ability to convert scanned PDFs by turning on the option that is named Convert Using OCR. You can locate the option in the OCR settings section of the Convert menu.
What are the advantages of converting PDF files to JPG format? If you’re not sure when you need a PNG file, don’t worry about sharing your thoughts in the comments with SnapPDF.app.