Archive for the ‘pdf to jpg’ Tag
Our rocket scientists have been working hard to make Zamzar better for you over the past few months.
Here’s a quick rundown of the things we’ve been fixing in recent months.
If you’ve noticed any other bugs, or want us to improve anything else with the service please let us know.
- PDF to JPG – In some cases we noticed that very large files (500+ pages) were failing to convert.
- Keynote to PPT – Some Apple Keynote presentations had issues when being converted into Microsoft Powerpoint.
- DOCX to DOC – Some larger .docx files were failing to convert correctly to the .doc format.
Note: We’re still aware of an issue whereby some files with a non-Latin alphabet fail to convert. Our engineers are working to fix this.
- PDF to XLS – A bug in our conversion process caused a number of these conversions to fail. We’ve now fixed this to improve conversion success for these files by over 40%
- PUB to PDF – Files with very long filenames were failing, an issue which we’ve now fixed.
We fixed an issue which had been preventing video file conversions from the popular video sharing website at GodTube. Yay !
- Delivering to your inbox – We’ve improved the way we send email notifications for conversions so that less of them end up in your spam folders.
- Look & Feel – In some email providers (most notably Yahoo Mail and AOL Mail) Zamzar conversion emails looked wonky. We’ve now tidied them up to look all nice and shiny.
We are always striving to improve the quality of our conversions here at Zamzar. Today we’re pleased to announce that as part of this effort we have rolled out a new way of converting PDF to image formats.
These improvements will result in …
- Less failures
- Greater conversion clarity
- Provide the opportunity to either download a zip file containing all of the images from the converted PDF document or just individual images
Why not head over to Zamzar to try these out now ?
We’re excited to announce another new conversion type – you can now use Zamzar to convert PDF files into a variety of different image formats, all online and for free !
We hope this will be a handy addition to any of you who want to convert your PDF documents for display within websites (we recommend converting to .png or .jpg if you’re doing this).
Converting a PDF into an image also allows your documents to be viewed by anyone without the need for specialised viewing software such as Adobe Acrobat.
Zamzar now supports conversion of PDF’s into the following formats:
- bmp – Windows bitmap
- gif – Compuserve graphics interchange
- jpg – JPEG compliant image
- pcx – PC Paintbrush Bitmap Graphic
- png – Portable Network Graphic
- ps – Postscript document
- thumbnail – Thumbnail image
- tiff – Tagged image file format
If you want to try it out, just head over to Zamzar !