Extract Images from PDF Documents.  Free PDF Image Extractor 4dots - How to Use



Free PDF Image Extractor is very easy to use.

Selecting PDF Documents

At first, you have to specify the PDF Documents from which you want to extract images.

This can be done easily in many ways. Press the "Add File" button to add select one or more PDF Documents, or press the "Add Folder" button to select an entire Folder and add all the PDF Documents that are in this folder. Extract images from pdf documents.

Alternatively, you can simply right click on the PDF Documents in Windows Explorer and select "Extract PDF Images". In order to do this, you should have selected the option "Integrate with Windows Explorer" during the installation. Extract Images from PDF documents simply by right clicking PDF documents in Windows Explorer. Another easy way to add PDF Documents is to drag and drop them on the application window. Extract Images from PDF documents simply by drag and drop.

Processing PDF Documents with passwords

After having specified from which PDF Documents you want to extract images, you should enter ,if they are protected, their passwords in the corresponding column of the grid.

Setting Page Ranges

To specify page ranges from which the images will be extracted, press the button of the grid's "Document Settings" column. Specify criteria for which pages to process in order to extract images from pdf documents. There you can specify comma-separated page ranges such as "10-20,50-70" from which the images will be extracted. You can also specify only to extract from odd or even pages, from every Nth page or only from pages that contain a specific text.

Exporting to a specific Image Format

Free PDF Image Extractor can export the images into more than 18 different image formats including JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP, TIFF, JPEG2000, PPM, PBM e.t.c.. To specify the format that the images will be exported in the "Image Actions" tab , check the change format checkbox. Then a new screen will appear where you can specify the desired imaged format. Export the images from the PDF documents into more than 18 different image formats including JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP, TIFF, JPEG2000, PPM, PBM e.t.c.



Image Actions

The images that will be extracted can be batch edited. Select the "Image Actions" tab and then check how the image will be edited. Process and edit the images that are extracted from pdf documents.

Easily change the original image size, format, color depth and resolution and apply adjustments such as brightness,contrast,gamma and individually adjust RGB values. Rotate, flip and resize images in batch mode. Images can be sharpened or blurred, watermarked, overlaid with text and converted to grayscale, sepia or negative. Crop or change the canvas size and the resolution of images. Custom frames can also be added to images in batch mode. Watermarks can be added to the extracted images, they can also be resized or text can be added on them autmatically. Flip or rotate the images that you extracted from the pdf documents. Before applying changes it is possible to view a preview of the result. To set as the preview image, a specific image of the currently selected pdf document, enter the page number in the corresponding textbox and press the "Set" button. Then you can press the "Open Preview" button and see a preview of the result.

Extracting the Images

After having specified from which PDF Documents to extract the images from , press the "Extract Images" button and the images will be extracted instantly.

In the end Windows Explorer will open automatically the folder of the extracted images.

It is also possible to specify the output folder of the extracted images. If it is the "Same as PDF's Document Folder" is selected then the extracted images will be extracted to a subfolder of the PDF document folder.If another folder is specified then the extracted images will be exported to this folder. Press the "Change" button to specify this folder. The filename pattern of the extracted images can also be specified. Enter in the corresponding textbox [PAGENUM] for page number, [NUM] for incrementing image number,[FILETYPE] for image file type and [FILENAME] for filename.

It is also possible to execute Free PDF Image Extractor from the command line, as is described later.