Many times you may want to extract images from a PDF file, though it’s doable, it’s definitely not easy. Extract JPG from PDF is a nifty tool that will allow you to extract images from PDF files from the command prompt.
To use the application you need to drag and drop PDF files on the ExtractJPGfromPDF.exe file, it will automatically detect the JPG images and extract it to a similar folder as the name of the file. The folder will be created as a sub-folder where the exe file is located.
At present the software only detects JPG files, so if you have PDF documents which contain PNG, GIF, BMP or other images it will not extract it. Alternatively you can also extract the PDFs using a command prompt, to extract JPG images from PDF files using command prompt type in the C:\path\to\ExtractJPGfromPDF.exe PDF-file-name.pdf.
The only sore point we see in this software is the lack of support for other popular formats such as PNG, which is being used more widely these days.