How to use Ghostscript to convert PDF file to image file

What will you do if you need to convert PDF files into image file? Do not worry, Image to PDF Converter can help you solve this problem with Ghostscript. So what is Image to PDF Converter? How does it help users? Image to PDF Converter is a windows application which can help users convert image to PDF files and issue commands to to set the generated PDF files. This software can run on many systems including Win98 /ME/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista of 32-bit and 64-bit. With the parameters listed in the command line usage,users can set the generated PDF files according to their own needs. More information about this software plese go to the home page.

With the help of  Image to PDF Converter, users can use Ghostscript to convert PDF file to image file. In the command line usage, the parameter "-usegs" can help users use Ghostscript to convert PDF file to image file.

Main steps:

  • First click here to free download this software to your PC and you will get a zip file which you need to decompress. You will find an application img2pdf.exe in the folder after decompression.
  • As Image to PDF Converter is a command line product and MS-DOS oriented application, first we need to input this application into the interface. Just click Start-Run and then input "cmd" into the Open combo box,then press the OK button.
  • Input the command line into the interface according to the command line usage. The command line should be like this:

   img2pdf.exe –usegs C:\in.pdf C:\out.jpg

In this command line,"img2pdf.exe“ refers to the path of the application,  C:\in.pdf  refers to the path of the

   With this parameter, users can use Ghostscript to convert PDF file into image. If any users want to experience using Ghostscript to convert PDF files to image with the help of Image to PDF Converter, please free download the trial version, if you are satisfied with this software,please click here to buy the official version.

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