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[Share]: 3D Converter and PDF to Image Converter

01-22-2013 04:09 PM in reply to: jgtex

Recently, I usually need to transfer PDF files to Image format and convert my video between 2D and 3D.

With the help of PDF to Image Converter and 3D Converter, I did these conversion smoothly.

I will be likely to share both of them. They are not free but useful. Hope it can help.

1: 3D Converter

This 3D Converter is a powerful all-in-one 3D Video Converter software, which can help you not only convert 2D to 3D files but also convert 3D to 2D and other 3D videos. Besides that, supporting a wide range of popular video formats is a highlight of this 3D Converter. The supported input video formats includes MTS, TS, M2TS, MPG, MPEG, MP4, WMV, etc. Moreover, this 3D to 2D Video Converter can help you get the video formats supported by popular portable devices like iPad, iPod, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, PSP, etc.

This 3D Converter offers you multiple output 3D modes: Anaglyph (Red/Cyan Anaglyph, Green/Magenta Anaglyph, Amber/Blue Anaglyph), Side by Side (Half-width/Full), and Top and Bottom (Half-height/Full). Optional Aspect Ratio Settings & Zoom modes can meet different output video play requirements. Super high converting speed allows you to enjoy your favorite movies more conveniently.


2: PDF to Image Converter



This PDF to Image Converter can convert PDF to TIFF, JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, TGA, PPM, and JPEG2000. Before converting PDF, It can help you choose the page range to select all pages, and your self-defined pages. All your PDF pages can be viewed on the preview window. Output image size and color are available for you to set.

For output JPEG format image, you can adjust the quality to meet your needs. And for GIF and TIFF format, you can select the "Multi-page" option to save output images to a single file; also for the GIF format, you can set the play speed for multiple pages; even you can choose the Compression for output TIFF format.

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