ACE PDF To Image Converter

ACE PDF To Image Converter 10.5

This program helps you convert PDF files to different types of Image files
10.5 (See all)

ACE PDF To Image Converter is an easy-to-use application that helps you convert PDF files to different types of Image files. Everyone knows that the main characteristic of PDF files is that they are not editable, so, obviously, you can't make any changes. The thing is that there are situations when you do need to use the content of PDF files for other purposes, and the solution is converting to Image files.

The program is designed in such a way that you don't need any extra documentation to use it (however, the application comes with a detailed Help file, in case you want to study it more carefully). The intuitive interface guides you in the converting process which consists in following only three major steps: adding the input PDF files, setting output properties, and start converting.

The PDF files that you have brought on the List Pane can be outputted to JPG, JPEG, TIFF, TIF, GIF, PNG, BMP, and EMF files. Before choosing the path for the output file and press the "Convert" button, you can define some properties for the Image file which will result after conversion. Thus, you can select the desired Image type and set properties such as resolution, size, color (RGB or Gray), and image position. In case you want to convert only a few pages of the input PDF file, you have the option to set the range of pages accordingly.

Although the trial version has identical features with the purchased version, you can use it only for testing. Excepting the fact that you are limited only to the first five pages of a PDF file to be converted to an Image file, you can't use the output file at all, because its pages are marked with a "Trial version" inscription and a written message indicating the path for buying the full version.

Amelia Wagner
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Review summary


  • It has a simple and intuitive interface
  • It is a standalone application
  • You can define properties of the output Image file


  • I couldn't find any. The fact that you can't use the trial version at all, is not a disadvantage
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