If you drop the pdf directly in Photoshop have the option to rasterize the document and then crop the image you want and save it in jpg or have the option to see the images you have photoshop, but if I prefer poor quality rasterize the file and force it with more resolution, always improves a little
Use the workflow,such as prinergy 5.X,it can refining the JPEG to PDF,It's so good
I'm using Navigator (harlequin) rip 8.3. Acrobat does not support oveprint and, very important, dosn support anti-aliasing. Navigator have post-processing command, i'm using nconvert. It more faster, than Photoshop.
In Acrobat Professional: Menu - File => Save As => File Type: JPEG
Settings: JPEG (Quality:High)
Resolution: choose the option that is better for your job. DonÂ´t forget that the size of your jpeg increase when you choose more pix/cm.
open file in phototoshop and convert to jpge.
The reason that your saved jpeg (yuuuugh, washing mouth..) doesn't look like the expected quality is because Acrobat (still) doesn't anti-alias it when exporting.
I also think that using Ps to export is the best option if you already have it available - you could also setup a batch.
Acrobat X - File - Save As - Image - JPG (Setting button - Resolution 118pix/cm)
Once PDF to TIFF it was useful for a work conclusion with not roman bad fonts (PitStop didn't can convert to outlines)
Use acrobat is good
With low control you can Save As from Acrobat Pro and set the aditional settings.
If you want be most precise, you should use Photoshop...
Buen aporte, ahora conseguire exportar bien mis imagenes gracias
When I want to keep the vectors and the pdf lower full-resolution images making pdf lighter, saved as pdf optimized. reducing the resolutions even guess where necessary.
Exporting from acrobat is crap cause jpegs are not antialiased.
Photoshop converting is timeconsuming (in case of, say, 200-page pdf).
The best way is converting with...tadam.... Indesign!
Place ur pdf, run "Multipage PDF" script, tune up resolution, antialias option, color profile and catch ur jpegs.
I agree that of pdf ps is the best.