Quickly Convert PDF Documents To Images In Linux Mint

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Often, it may be useful to convert certain types of PDF files like short manuals or documents to an image file.

Here is a simple way to do this from Linux Mint command line :

First, open Terminal and install ImageMagick which is a set of tools for editing, resizing or converting images:

sudo apt-get install imagemagick

installing imagemagick in Linux Mint

After it is installed, simply use the “convert” command (part of ImageMagick) to convert the PDF file to an image file like JPG or PNG:

convert filename.pdf filename.jpg

converting pdf documents to images through Linux Mint command line

This will convert every page of the PDF file to an image file.

pages of PDF file converted to images

All of this just by typing a few commands. 🙂

Happy converting.

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