The following article provides a background on JPEG and how to effectively convert PDF to JPEG. By converting PDF to JPEG, users can more easily retain image quality.
In addition to the abundance of computer file formats, there are a large number of image file formats that cater to different and specific uses of an image. As Internet publishing is now easily accomplished by anyone that has access to a computer, the .JPEG file format is the most commonly used format for posting images online.
Besides the common end user, the JPEG image file format also appeals to photographers, graphic designers, and imaging experts. This is because the format is ideal for images with a wide range of colours . Although it does not support transparency, the JPEG can perfectly handle a gradation of colours that blend from one to another. Its capabilities for producing high resolution images is also a principal factor in its popular usage. Most importantly, the JPEG image is well suited for "realistic" images, namely in the form of photographs, whether scanned in or uploaded from a device. Thus, just like the PDF, JPEG files are good online data containers.
The PDF And The JPEG: Why The Need For Extraction?
The PDF, itself, is now a container for all kinds of images for a number of reasons. One of these is for the submission of professional print jobs where images for publications play a dominant role. Another is for the easy transmission of high resolution, high quality images. More often than not, images in a PDF file serve as visual aid alongside informational content. Consequently, you may find yourself wanting to reuse those images for other purposes. In order to do so, you will need some kind of PDF to image conversion utility.
Because of it's compression scheme and quality, a JPEG image is perfect for onscreen display. Hence, the format is consistently used online for email exchange, personalizing webpages, online marketing, and for personalizing computer desktops. The tools making it possible to generate a JPEG image are also common as digital cameras and memory cards use the JPEG file format for storing pictures in photo imaging applications. Without doubt, the JPEG image file format has made it easy for one to publish images online. As a result, you need the same ease when working with others who use the file format as well.
Extract Those Images With Able2Extract 8 PDF to JPEG Conversion
With the previous version of our Able2Extract software, you could extract those images from PDF documents into the Word, Powerpoint or HTML format. Yet, formats for those applications weren't intended to be manipulated as image files and thus, you may have had troubles using them as such or resaving the image into another format. The latest version, Able2Extract 8, now gives you the ability to convert those images instantly into the .JPEG file format.
Convert PDF to JPEG and there is no more need to bother with the two-step text and image separations that requires resaving and results in a loss of image quality. The straightforward extraction makes it easier and quicker for you to exchange, view and upload those images.
As imaging software applications gain more advanced functionalities, complex digital editing and colour conversions are now possible. Although the JPEG format is ideal for images containing a multiplicity of colours, you now have the option to convert coloured images into black and white as well. Extract colour images into black and white ones to create more effective and artistic images that look professional.
Still sporting its signature select-to-convert functionality, and now sporting the ability to change PDF to JPEG, Able2Extract 8 will have you working with those images in no time! Converting PDF to JPEG is made easy with the Able2Extract PDF Converter.
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