This tutorial explains how to extract images from a particular page of PDF files.
For that, you can take the help of a free software, named PdfTrick. It lets you bulk select PDF files and shows the pages of all those PDF files. Clicking on a particular page automatically shows the thumbnails of all the images available on that page. That’s it! Now you can extract all the images or some selected images.
You might have already installed a tool or know about PDF image extractors, which can extract all the images from a single or multiple PDF files together, but it also creates confusion as you don’t know which image(s) belong to which page. Those tools also can’t help you when you need to extract images from a specific page of a PDF file. Therefore, PdfTrick software is handy.
Above you can see thumbnails of images available in a particular page of a PDF file on the interface of this software.
How To Extract Images from a Particular Page of PDF Files?
Step 1: Get the zip file of this software and extract it. The software runs without installation, but it requires Java Runtime Environment.
Step 2: Its interface is very simple. There is a File menu to insert multiple PDF files. The pages of all the input PDFs are visible on the left side.
Step 3: Select a particular page and it will immediately show the thumbnails of all the images present in that PDF page.
Step 4: Now you can select all or a few images that you want to extract and click on GET IMG button. It will open a window using which you can select the destination folder or location to save those images.
Similarly, you can extract images from any other page of a PDF file.
This software can’t help you to bulk extract images from multiple PDF files, but there are other tools already there for that task. This software has a unique purpose and that is to extract all or selected images from a particular page of PDF file. This task is done by this software very well.