This Week in PDF: PDF-to-image software released

January 04, 2011


This week in PDF has seen the launch of a pair of free PDF products launched by 4Videosoft, along with the release of a new application for converting PDF documents into static images.

First up, 4Videosoft has launched a pair of PDF-related products. Free PDF File Reader can be used to view and print PDF documents, while Free PDF to JPEG Image file Converter allows users to convert PDF content into a variety of popular image formats, including BMP, JPEG, GIF, PCX, PNG and TIFF. Free PDF File Reader supports a variety of standard viewing features, including page rotation, zoom, and a "snapshot" function. For more information about the software, check out the Free PDF File Reader and Free PDF to JPEG Image file Converter pages.

In other news, Photo to PDF has released its own PDF-to-image conversion utility. PDF2Image Converter is a commercial, standalone application for converting PDF content into TIFF, JPEG, BMP, GIF and other formats. The software also allows users to combine multiple PDF pages or documents into a single image file. More information can be found on the official Photo to PDF website.

That's it for this week. Watch this space!

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