Best way to convert pdf files to tiff files [closed]

Use Imagemagick, or better yet, Ghostscript. has an example for imagemagick: convert foo.pdf pages-%03d.tiff has an example for ghostscript: gs -q -dNOPAUSE -sDEVICE=tiffg4 -sOutputFile=a.tif foo.pdf -c quit I would install ghostscript and read the man page for gs to see what exact options are needed and experiment.

Security Method is No Security but Page Extraction and Document Assembly is not Allowed

In General Please be aware that the “Document Restrictions Summary” summarizes restrictions that arise from a number of factors, the following ones coming to my mind: Restrictions applied in the course of encryption When encrypting a PDF, permissions for a number of features can be restricted for a regular user. Thus, if the PDF is … Read more

Google apps script getAs(‘application/pdf’) layout

Try this solution based on Using export url parameters you can set needed options for result pdf. Also you can set specific id of sheet to export, so you don’t need to make duplicate of your whole spreadsheet anymore. function CreaPDF() { //The function prints an invoice to PDF. First it copies spreadsheet to … Read more

Using GhostScript to get page size

Unfortunately it doesn’t seem quite easy to get the (possibly different) page sizes (or *Boxes for that matter) inside a PDF with the help of Ghostscript. But since you asked for other possibilities as well: a rather reliable way to determine the media sizes for each page (and even each one of the embedded {Trim,Media,Crop,Bleed}Boxes) … Read more

How can I remove all images from a PDF?

Meanwhile the latest Ghostscript releases have a much nicer and easier to use method of removing all images from a PDF. The parameter to add to the command line is -dFILTERIMAGE gs -o noimages.pdf -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -dFILTERIMAGE input.pdf Even better, you can also remove all text or all vector drawing elements from a PDF by specifying … Read more