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PDF to JPG image converter is useful when there is a need to have a PDF document content rendered as a static image.
To produce an image from the PDF document it should be rendered into an image a similar way as the document is printed on the printer.
After PDF document content is rendered - converter produces and saves a good quality image of the content of the PDF to JPG file.
The "Portable Document Format (PDF)" was introduced by Adobe to present text documents that contain formatted text and images.
"Portable" means that this format should be independent of the operating system (OS) and supposed to be used on any software platform.
PDF format is widely used for printable documents.
PDF file may contain text formatting, images, and may include the fonts
PDF files may contain formatted text and images.
When text in PDF file is written using a special font - such font might be included inside the PDF file, so when printing font is used for rendering the formatted text.
JPEG (acronym) is for "Joint Photographic Experts Group". This group created JPEG standard in the 1992 year.
JPEG uses lossy data compression with a typical compression rate of 10:1 which gives good quality and small size of the image file.
JPEG is widely used in digital photography and on the Internet on websites because of the small file size.
JPEG file may have the compression ratio from 1 to 100.
Where 100 is the highest quality with the lowest compression ratio.
And 1 is the lowest quality with the highest compression ratio.