Stellar PDF to Image Converter is a robust yet easy-to-use software that allows for speedy conversion of PDF documents to images. The output images can be viewed in a number of other applications, including image viewers. The software performs conversion without making any changes to the original PDF document. It supports all popular image file formats, including JPEG, BMP, PNG, and TIFF. With Stellar PDF to Image Converter, you can create images from your PDF documents that can be easily rendered in a web browser or embedded in a PowerPoint presentation. The software has a knack of retaining all the text, auto shapes, graphics, diagrams, drawings, lines, and other symbols in your PDF file. The advanced utility comprehensively scans the PDF file, converts individual pages in the file to images, then lists the converted images for preview in the main interface.
By previewing all the converted images prior to saving them to a desired location in your system, you can easily verify the scan results and get an idea of the credibility of the software. With the help of this tool, you can search your PDF files in any specific folder, subfolder, or volume in your system. The software delivers consistent results by ensuring high visual fidelity. Stellar PDF to Image Converter allows you to customize the process according to your requirement. You can choose to convert either only even-numbered pages or odd-numbered pages in your PDF document. The feature saves you significant time and effort by performing selective conversion in a limited time span. The software provides an interactive interface that is specifically designed to make the overall process a snap for the non-technical users. You can easily gain hands-on experience with the tool by following simple set of instructions incorporated in the user interface. This adroit software is best suited for users who employ document management systems and involve in workflow processes are image-oriented.
February 18, 2015
Version: Stellar PDF to Image Converter 1.0
The interface was confusing, I was not sure why I had to scan my folders when I had already selected the file I needed to convert. After all the scanning I selected the file to convert, then the application stopped without warning or confirmation. I never did find the file it was supposed to convert, and there was no indication as to where the application had saved the file.