What could help us convert PDF to TIFF image?

PDF To Image Converter v2.1 will help you with converting pdf file to tiff image easily as you wish.

PDF To Image Converter is an application program based on Windows platform, which can directly convert PDF files to kinds of image formats, such as TIFF, JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP, EMF, PCX, TGA etc..

You can get more details on this link: http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-to-image-converter/try-and-buy.html

If you would like to try PDF To Image Converter v2.1, here is another link for you to get a trial version: http://www.verypdf.com/pdf2tif/pdf2image.exe. Download PDF To Image Converter v2.1 here and experience it with your unimportant file for there will be a watermark on your file after you convert it in PDF To Image Converter v2.1.

How can we convert pdf file to tiff image in PDF To Image Converter v2.1? First we should know some information on TIFF image format briefly.

TIFF is short for Tagged Image File Format, a variable-resolution bitmapped image format developed by Aldus in 1986. The TIFF format is widely supported by image-manipulation applications, by publishing and page layout applications, by scanning, faxing, word processing, optical character recognition and other applications.Adobe Systems, which acquired Aldus, now holds the copyright to the TIFF specification. TIFF has not had a major update since 1992, though several Aldus/Adobe technical notes have been published with minor extensions to the format, and several specifications, including TIFF/EP (ISO 12234-2), TIFF/IT (ISO 12639),TIFF-F and TIFF-FX have been based on the TIFF 6.0 specification.

The following paragraph is some points on TIFF:

  • No compression.
  • TIFF Class F. Class-F is the TIFF extension for fax documents.
  • TIFF CCITT. These are compressed TIFF files that are commonly used for FAX transmission and document imaging.
  • TIFF CCITT Group 3  is more advanced and more compressed than TIFF CCITT. CCITT Group 3--Dimensional Modified Huffman RLE.
  • TIFF CCITT Group 4. These are TIFF CCITT files in a format that is more advanced and more compressed than TIFF CCITT Group 3.
  • PackBits compression - a form of run-length ecoding.

Run your PDF To Image Converter v2.1, there will be its interface like below:

interface of PDF to Image Converter

In this picture, you can see kinds of icons above the gray field that is for your preview, which are used for looking over your pdf file in different angles. For this, you should click the first yellow icon to choose a pdf file in pop-out window, then press down “open” button in this window:

click open icon to add PDF to preview PDF

Also you can move your mouse onto your preview area when there will be a hand tool on it like the following red loop, then keep clicking your left button without pressing up on your mouse to move your mouse, your preview pdf will be moved together. In the green loop, it is a printing icon, which is used for printing when you need.

adjust PDF with little hand

You will notice that in the right field of PDF To Image Converter v2.1, there is a table under the “PDF File” and “Page Count” subjects. You need to click “Add” button below it to show your route of your pdf file that is in preview field:

click add to add PDF

In the pop window like above, choose your pdf file by double-clicking or clicking “Open” button after clicking your pdf file here:

PDF path in table and remove buttons

In the blue loop, you can press down “Add” button to add another route like this, which is located in the green loop in the figure above; You can use “Remove” or “Remove all” button to delete your pdf or delete all your pdf files one time quickly after you click your route that just appeared like the meaning that purple and green loops show us.

Look at your “File type” on the interface of PDF To Image Converter v2.1, click the dragging optional menu to choose your target file format and click “Browse” button to select destination folder for your tiff image,then click “ok” button in the pop window:

set objective format

click browse to set objective folder and click ok

edit box and button for setting objective folder

In “Page Count” subject, you can understand there are 4 pages from your pdf file, you have to activate “Page range” option, then you will get “From” and “To” active, too, keep the value in “From” as “1” still and change the value in “To” as “4” or the one greater than 4. Here is a rule, which is that keep the value in “To” equal or larger than the greatest number in the “Page Count” column when there are lots of pdf files to get all images without missing.Also you just do not click the “Page range” button to get all images converted from pdf file too. If you want some segment pages of your pdf file converted, you just need to set your values in “From” and “To” as the range you want. For example, when “From”=3, “To”=4, you will get the third image and the fourth image converted from pdf file here.

At the beginning of this article, we mentioned about the compression of TIFF,so here we click “None” option at the same time choose “Multiple page” selection to make your images continuously in just only one tiff file. And click “Image bitcount” to “Auto” mode if you would like. Here we need to mention that between “1”, “4”, “8”, “24” and “Auto” mode:

  • For getting colorful images, you can choose “4” and “24” mode, “24” is equal with “Auto” in PDF To Image Converter v2.1, also “8” when you do not activate “Gray scale”. The greater your value is, the more clear your image is;
  • For getting black and white images, you could choose “1” and “8” when you just only choose “Grayscale”  mode after you choose “8” mode in optional dragging menu in “Image bitcount”;

set DPI, image bit-count and compression and click convert

Click “Convert” button on the panel of PDF To Image Converter v2.1, then close PDF to Image Converter.

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