File Juicer 4.2
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File Juicer is an image extraction tool for Mac OS X. The application allows you to extract image files from a variety of different files, including PDF and DOC documents, EXE screensavers, and PowerPoint presentations, among others. As long as there are image files inside the files that you load with File Juicer and those image files are in the supported formats (JPEG, JP2, PNG, GIF, PDF, BMP, WMF, EMF, PICT, TIFF, Flash, Zip, HTML, WAV, MP3, AVI, MOV, MPG, WMV, MP4, AU, and AIFF), File Juicer will be able to extract images from them.
To load a file, you can simply drop it onto the application, open it via the File menu or drop it onto the dock icon. Once a file is loaded File Juicer will start scanning it for image files. I did my testing with a sample PDF file, and, File Juicer took a nice minute and a half scanning until I got a nag screen asking me to register the product. In that time, it found 600+ image files which were automatically extracted. It basically copied every page of my PDF document in a TIFF image file. Maybe that is the way the PDF was built.
All in all, File Juicer boasts an interesting concept and it seems to work. I got mixed results, but that is the good thing about having trials. You can download it and try it for yourself and determine whether or not it works for you.
- It works relatively well
- It supports various formats