Documents under the PDF format can consist of various types of objects, such as text, and images. For instance, scanning a document with a connected device usually outputs as pictures or PDF, regardless of content. In case you need to perform quick conversion, Multi PDF Converter can help you extract pictures from PDF documents, or bundle them inside one.
It takes a little while to get the application up and running on your computer, but before you do, be sure to check that Adobe AIR is installed on the PC, because it’s one of the main requirements. With the main window up, accommodation becomes a walk in the park, especially because of the descriptions that make sure you don’t get stuck along the way.
There are two ways to approach the situation, namely to extract pictures from PDF files, or bundle multiple JPG images into PDF documents. You’re free to add multiple files at a time, and this can either be done by dragging them over the main window, or relying on the built-in browse dialog.
Multi PDF Converter isn’t set to a default mode, letting you select the type of conversion from a drop-down menu. To make things easier, the application automatically detects the type of files you load via drag and drop, automatically selecting the proper mode.
There’s also a set of options at your disposal, which varies according to the type of process. However, they seem to be mixed up, because it’s possible to convert multiple PDF documents into a single, lengthy picture, but bundling more JPG images inside one PDF document is out of the question.
Bottom line is that PDF documents are preferred for their security options, but you need some special application to read them. This way, Multi PDF Converter gives you the liberty to choose the format you work with the most, and perform conversion in a short while. You just have to live with the mixed up bundling options.