File Juicer for Mac is a lightweight tool that allows you to extract images from all kinds of files, including PDF, PowerPoint, Safari Cache, and more. With its convenient drag-and-drop functionality, this app makes it easier than ever to find and remove images, no matter what you need them for.
Quick and intuitive: File Juicer works quickly, and you can easily add files to be processed via drag and drop. And once you've added the files, all you have to do is sit back and wait for the result. The app takes care of the rest.
Many file types: You won't have to worry about what format the images in the files you're processing are in, when you're using this app either. It can handle many different file types, including JPEG, GIF, PDF, TIFF, Flash, ZIP, HTML, MOV, and many more.
Trial confusion: File Juicer is supposed to offer a free trial period to let you test out all its features, but as soon as we installed it, we received a message stating that the trial period had expired. Even under these conditions, you can test the software, but only for images in JPEG or GIF format, and the extracted images will be watermarked.
File Juicer for Mac is a convenient option, if you often need to extract images from various file types. It would be nice if the free trial actually worked; but beyond that, we found no significant drawbacks to the software. It processed files quickly and offered smooth functionality across all features.
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of File Juicer for Mac 4.39.
Extract/recover images, video, audio and text from files, folders, flash cards and iPods.
File Juicer will extract images from PDF, PowerPoint, Excel or Word just as it will extract them from flash cards. It considers all files as the peel of an orange which can be removed and the contents extracted. Extract images from a PowerPoint slide show or presentation. Extract images and text from PDF files. Recover images and video from erased flash cards. Recover text from damaged files. Extract the images and HTML files in Safari's cache.
January 24, 2010
Version: File Juicer 4.19
The description sounds amazing.
Didn't actually do anything.
The description sounds amazing. Unfortunately, the description was as far as I got because immediately upon opening the download on my Mac (OSX 10.5.8), a dialog appeared informing me that the trial has expired, and that jpegs and gifs would be extracted, but with file juicer watermarks added. Fine. I was trying to extract mp3s from a cpgz file anyway. The preferences were set to extract files to a folder on the desktop. After dropping the file in the application, it went through motions, but no folder or files on the desktop appeared. I would love to try this software out, so if the developers can repair the trial download, that would be peachy, and I'll reassess. Thanks.
March 29, 2008
Version: File Juicer 4.9.5
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. Haven't done much with features beyond extraction but File Juicer is definitely a must-have utility if you do any work with graphics. Pulling a vector file from a PDF publication has repeatedly saved me the time and effort of finding the right person and the correct file in the graphics department of an organization.
The application is drag-and-drop-dead-simple. The extracted files are classified/organized in folders. Intuitive is the word - won't need the manual unless you want to tap into even more powerful features (e.g., recovering files off erased flash cards, from damaged files and more).
Updates and improvements are introduced on a pretty routine basis. Can't speak much for the responsiveness of the developer because I've never had problems and therefore, never required a response. Based on my experience, Juicer truly earns its 5-star rating.
Echo One also produces Double Take for making photo panoramas - another ease-of-use winner. If you've never tried making a pano, now's the time. And no, I have no relation to Echo One - just really appreciate apps that make my work a little easier.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. This software is, simply, the greatest thing since sliced bread. Great interface, intuitive design, does exactly what's advertised (note: and a lot more - read the help files and forums!), very stable, and reasonably priced. Can't recommend it highly enough.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. Performs better than advertised. Great customer support to boot. I had a question which I emailed and I got a personal response from the man himself.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. Very good for the money. I also have the DoubleTake, which makes it very easy to combine 2 or more photos to one pana-view ! Both apps work as advertized.
So far I'm happy and have not encountered any problems.