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    from Acrobat 7.0 /save as/*.jpg (and change "settings" menu for better quality)
    Very easy )
    Last edited by print2011; 11-08-2011 at 09:41 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arvosamm View Post
    You can open PDF page by page with Photoshop, set import parameters and Save As JPG with quality you need.
    This is what I do. Use it everyday.

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    open in Photoshop CS5 with 300dpi & save as JPG

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    If this is what you want:

    1) Batch converting PDF to JPEG, or PNG, Tiff
    2) Be able to set resulution up to 300 dpi

    Then try FlyingPages Acrobat plugin (Acrobat 7 or above):

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    Quote Originally Posted by yefei View Post
    If this is what you want:

    1) Batch converting PDF to JPEG, or PNG, Tiff
    2) Be able to set resulution up to 300 dpi
    I don't see setting for "color model"

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    PDF to JPG

    You can export from Adobe Acrobat as JPG, but if your PDF is CMYK you might get unexpected result. The best way is to open your PDF in Photoshop. This way you can select the size, the color mode and the resolution of your images before opening them in Photoshop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kukku.pappu View Post
    Hello All

    How can we export good quality JPG from PDF file....

    Actually if we export 72dpi jpg thru 'acrobats pro' its comes out very ugly, quality is not good, whether we we adjust it for maximum setting output.

    Can anybody tell or suggest any other way/option/plugin for the sharp and clear exported JPG from PDF...

    Thankx all

    You can use Phantasm CS2 from Astute Graphics (http://www.astutegraphics.com/products/). But You must now if someone will save pdf files with big compression of photos (for example 72ppi) Phantasm will re-link those images in "original" compressed resolution 72 ppi.

    Ps. sory for my english :)

    Ps2. most interesting thing in this plug -in. It re-lin photos with original colours (spot/pantone).
    Last edited by Kolorowy; 12-13-2011 at 01:10 PM.

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    In Acrobat Professional: Menu - File => Save As => File Type: JPEG

    Settings:
    Grayscale: JPEG (Quality:High)
    Color: JPEG (Quality:High)
    Colorspace: Color: RGB (image for screen) or Color: CMYK (image for print)
    Resolution: 28,35 pix/cm (image for screen) or 118,11 pix/cm (image for print)

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    mac preview convert PDF to jpg if this is what you what

    but

    if you are looking to an alternative to the intern pdf resizing motor to export 72 dpi Jpg INSIDE a pdf file i was looking for a solution to do that and never found it !!
    So i do it in the original indesign doc with www.zevrix.com/linkoptimizer.php . anyway it's even better to use it to do the 300 dpi from the original to

    if someone know a tools that do the same inside PDF it would be great i must admit

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    Very simple, open the pdf file in photoshop give the req res then use the option save for web or save as jpg

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    Photoshop is a good option to convert pdf to jpg

    Photoshop is a good option to convert pdf to jpg. Using photoshop you can choose your color mode, CMYK or RGB, you can also choose the resolution for your jpg image, apply color correction and modify the its content if required.

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    I would agree that Photoshop is the best choice that gives you the most control over the conversion process. It is easy to automate the process if you have multiple files as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roy.max View Post
    In Acrobat Professional: Menu - File => Save As => File Type: JPEG

    Settings:
    Grayscale: JPEG (Quality:High)
    Color: JPEG (Quality:High)
    Colorspace: Color: RGB (image for screen) or Color: CMYK (image for print)
    Resolution: 28,35 pix/cm (image for screen) or 118,11 pix/cm (image for print)
    I'm agree with this,, and sure, you can save time compare to do it in photoshop.

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    Acrobat export does not preserve the look for the overprints, isnt it??

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    I'd say Photoshop is easiest option here. At least it is what I use if I need to extract photos from PDF file. It is easy and you can quickly create action to automatize task. Sure there are plugins and even full applications you can use just for this purpose but I would not recommend it - it is for me way to much effort for such a simple task.

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