Scanned PDF to Vector Converter is a useful tool to convert Scanned PDF to vector image format. It can be used to set the page size and the resolution for the output file. Scanned PDF to Vector Converter allows users to specify rotation degree, too.
Scanned PDF to Vector Converter, a powerful Scanned PDF to vector converter, can be free to evaluate and download it via clicking here. If you need the full function version of the application, please buy a license for it. The link is only for the single-user personal license. You can download other three licenses at this website.
The main interface of Scanned PDF to Vector Converter is presented in Figure1. You can see that there is a file list on the left of the list. To add scanned PDF files, you can click the button “Open”. If some scanned PDF file doesn’t need to be converted, you can remove it from the list by clicking on “Remove” button. “Remove All” button is used to remove all the files. In “Output Folder” text box, please input or choose the output directory for the target vector image for saving it.
When clicking on "Option" button, you can see "Option" dialog box pops up. Please see it in
There is a combo box on the top of the dialog box named as "Output Format" in which you can choose one of the vector images from all the supported ones. For example, you will choose "svg". In "Pagesize" group box, you should choose the page size for the target image file as "letter", "A3", "A4", "B5", etc. If you need to rotate the scanned PDF when convert it to vector image, please input the rotation degree in the "Rotate" group box. The resolution of the output image can be set from 0-940 dpi. To control the vector path for the target file, you can check any one of the options from the three ones listed in the dialog box. Then please click on "OK" button. You will see the interface of Scanned PDF to Vector Converter again and you need to click "Convert" button for running the conversion. You will get the target file several seconds later.