PDF Files are heavily used for document sharing and distribution, however there are certain times when you may want to convert a PDF file to a image, such as to break up a scanned document or ebook into its constituent images in order to fix or enhance them, to ensure that a document cannot be easily converted back into editable format, or perhaps for easier publishing on the net or embedding within other documents, etc.
PDF to Image Converter for Mac is a simple to use, yet sophisticated file conversion utility specifically designed to convert PDF files into image files, such as JPEG, JPG, TIFF and PNG and more.
If you need to convert one or thousands of PDFs, located in one or many different folders, into a variety of different image file types, this is the tool. Though I have listed about several handy PDF tools earlier, this post will provide you with a step by step guide to convert pdf to jpg on Mac OSX.
How to convert pdf to jpg on Mac
Step 1: Free download and install this PDF to JPG Converter.
You can download this program for free through download button. It has 30-day free of use.
Step 2: Import PDF files to the program.
Click "Add Files" to add your PDF documents to the program. Plus, you can choose the specific pages you want to be converted.
Step 3: Select jpg as output image format.
Options button on the menu bar offers four different image file types: jpg, bmp, tiff and png. So you can convert pdf files to one of these four formats.
Step 4: Start pdf to jpg conversion.
Click the Convert button to start converting PDF files to jpg. As the conversion finished, you can click Open button to check your images.