Softinterface’s Convert PDF to Image does exactly what its name suggests: it converts PDF files into image files, specifically ones in any one of the more than 20 image formats supported. The output formats that can be created using it include GIF, TIFF, BMP, and JPEG. Users are capable of running the program in either GUI or command line mode, and they also have the option to automate management of the original input files after conversion. For instance, if they want the input files to be deleted after conversion has been finished, they can add that to the settings. They can even set input files to be moved to a specific folder after conversion.
The program handles batch processing and supports shell integration with Windows Explorer. It has at least 6 localizations available: English, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch and Japanese. Automation features include the ability to launch the program to perform a specified conversion at a particular time and date. Conversions can be put on hold if necessary and resumed on command. Even complex conversion processes can be handled by the software and support is included for recursive subfolders.
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