PDF Image Extract is a simple tool that lets you extract images from your PDF files. If for some reason, you need to carry out that task, this application can save you an incredible amount of time, especially if you are dealing with multiple PDF files. To use the application, you simply need to load the files that you want to extract images from. They will be all listed on the main window and on each file, you will see a little wheel on the right. This opens a settings pane that lets you specify whether you want to extract images from the entire document or from a page range that you can select manually. The output format can also be chosen from a drop-down menu on this window. The available formats are JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF, and TIFF. Other output settings are available on the main window, right at the bottom. By default, extracted images are saved in a new folder, but you can choose to save the images where the source file is located.
In my testing, I loaded a PDF e-book and extracted all the images it had in it. The process was very fast and the images looked good.
The trial version only lets you extract images from the first five pages of your document.