Acrobat to JPEG Converter - Acrobat to JPEG
Acrobat to JPEG - Convert Acrobat files to JPEG files (acrobat2jpeg,acrobattojpeg)
Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG)
JPEG is a compression scheme that works well for natural scenes, such as scanned photographs. Some information is lost in the compression process, but often the loss is imperceptible to the human eye. Color JPEG images store 24 bits per pixel, so they are capable of displaying more than 16 million colors. There is also a grayscale JPEG format that stores 8 bits per pixel. JPEGs do not support transparency or animation.
The level of compression in JPEG images is configurable, but higher compression levels (smaller files) result in more loss of information. A 20:1 compression ratio often produces an image that the human eye finds difficult to distinguish from the original. The following illustration shows a BMP image and two JPEG images that were compressed from that BMP image. The first JPEG has a compression ratio of 4:1 and the second JPEG has a compression ratio of about 8:1.
JPEG compression does not work well for line drawings, blocks of solid color, and sharp boundaries. The following illustration shows a BMP along with two JPEGs and a GIF. The JPEGs and the GIF were compressed from the BMP. The compression ratio is 4:1 for the GIF, 4:1 for the smaller JPEG, and 8:3 for the larger JPEG. Note that the GIF maintains the sharp boundaries along the lines, but the JPEGs tends to blur the boundaries.
JPEG is a compression scheme, not a file
format. JPEG File Interchange Format (JFIF) is a file format commonly used for
storing and transferring images that have been compressed according to the JPEG
scheme. JFIF files displayed by Web browsers use the .jpg extension.
Acrobat to JPEG Converter is able to convert Adobe PDF files to JPEG files, you can select output file type to "JPG" format, then you can convert your PDF file to JPEG format quickly,
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