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PDF To JPG Command Line Format


win2pdfd.exe pdf2jpg "sourcepdf" "destjpg" pagenumber

win2pdfd.exe pdf2jpg "sourcepdf" "destjpg" startpage endpage

win2pdfd.exe pdf2jpggray "sourcepdf" "destjpg" pagenumber

win2pdfd.exe pdf2jpggray "sourcepdf" "destjpg" startpage endpage

win2pdfd.exe pdf2jpg "sourcepdf" "destjpg" pagenumber xresolution yresolution

win2pdfd.exe pdf2jpg "sourcepdf" "destjpg" startpage endpage xresolution yresolution

win2pdfd.exe pdf2jpggray "sourcepdf" "destjpg" pagenumber xresolution yresolution

win2pdfd.exe pdf2jpggray "sourcepdf" "destjpg" startpage endpage xresolution yresolution


Convert the PDF specified by "sourcepdf" to a color JPEG image file "destjpg". If "pagenumber" is 0, all pages are converted as separate files one per page in the format:







If the "pagenumber" is greater than zero, the specified page number is saved to the filename specified by "destjpg".


To convert a page range, specify the startpage and endpage instead of a pagenumber.


To set the output resolution of the JPG file, set the xresolution and yresolution.  If no resolution is specified, it will save at 300 DPI.


The "pdf2jpggray" variation is identical to "pdf2jpg", but the resulting JPEG file is saved as a gray scale 8 bit/pixel image file.


Any file names that contain spaces must be enclosed with quotation marks. The "sourcepdf" can be a local file path, or an web address (URL) to an existing PDF.


This feature requires a licensed version of Win2PDF. Contact us for a time limited evaluation license.


Returns 0 on success, and a Windows system error code on failure.