User Guide - How to convert PDF to BMP on Mac?
Does it still bother you that you want to convert PDF to BMP format on Mac computer? Don't worry, man! In the guide, I will introduce you how to convert PDF to BMP on Mac with iPubsoft PDF Converter for Mac, which is an integrated PDF tool for converting PDF into image, ePub, TXT, Word, HTML, etc.
As for images, it is able to save PDF as common picture formats: JPG, PNG, BMP, GIF, TIFF. Thanks to its user-friendly interface, the whole conversion operation is easy to master. After converting files, all original quality will be 100% preserved. Here are detailed steps of using iPubsoft PDF Converter for Mac to convert PDF to BMP images on Mac OS X.
1 Import PDF(s)
Totally, there are 2 different approaches to import files. The simplest way is directly dragging and dropping your PDFs into the pane. The second way is using the buttons of "Add Files" or "Add Folder" on the main screen. The third one is from the menu: File > Add File(s)...
Once files are imported, you can see the file information including name, size, pages, status, etc. You are allowed to preview the imported documents on the right thumbnail window by clicking the arrow page by page.
2 Set output
The default option is converting PDF to HTML. So you need to click the icon "PDF to Image". Then the output type will be changed into JPG - the default image format. For BMP option, click JPG, when a pull-down list appears, select BMP as the output format. In output folder area, click Browse button to customize an output directory for saving the target files.
3Page Range settings (Optional)
Optionally, you can set page ranges for partial conversion. See Page Range area? Here, you can check the option of All, Current, Range. If you choose Range, then you are required to input page numbers or page ranges just like the picture below shows:
4 Start conversion
After all settings done, click "Start" button to finish the conversion. Within several seconds, it will be done. You can click Open button to see the BMP images. By default, the converted images are all named with page numbers where they are on the original PDF.