iPubsoft PDF to GIF Converter is a handy application designed to help you convert PDF files into images. This way, you will prevent the content of your PDF documents from being copied.
The program comes with a neat and user-friendly interface, with all main functions placed right there at hand for a fast conversion of the imported files. What is good about this utility is that you can convert multiple PDFs in one session. To do this, you are allowed to add one file at a time, multiple documents, and even entire folders of files. You are provided with two handy loading modes - you may search your computer for files from within the application or you may simply drag and drop PDFs onto the list panel. Once the items you intend to convert have been imported, you have the chance to see additional information about each file, such as the total number of pages and size. The tool provides you with the ability to enable a partial conversion - namely, you can configure a page range, so that only the selected sheets would be converted.
As already mentioned, PDF to GIF Converter allows you to process multiple files at once. However, the list of items should be clearly defined at the time of enabling the conversion, since you can't select specific items and leave the rest of the files unprocessed. In other words, all items within the list panel will be converted into images and saved at a computer location determined by you. Although the program's name mentions but a single image output format, you will discover that other image file types are also supported. Therefore, the array of target formats includes GIF, JPG, TIFF, PNG, and BMP.
With a straightforward approach and an intuitive interface, this application offers a convenient and simple solution to convert PDF documents into some of the most common image formats. It allows you to preview the source files, but, unfortunately, the thumbnails are rather small, thus preventing you from actually reading their content. Another major downside would be the inability to compress the resulting image files.