Very few PDF converters are as straightforward and easy to use as Multi PDF Converter. It can convert any number of PDF documents into individual JPG image files, and vice versa. The conversion process itself cannot be simpler, and all you have to decide upon is the level of quality that you wish of the resulting image files to have in your PDF to JPG conversions.
Multi PDF Converter’s interface goes right to the point. The program opens in a clean window with the program’s conversion list and a drop-down menu to select one of the two conversions provided. Just pick one, then drag and drop or browse for the corresponding PDF or JPG files that you want to convert. Only if you are converting PDF files into JPG images, you will be prompted to decide on the level of quality of the images created: low, medium and high. That is all the say you’ll have when it comes to defining the look and feel of the converted files, though in most cases you won’t really need to be more specific than that. Except for its page dimensions and the level of compression to be applied to the source file, there is not much more you need to decide upon when producing a PDF document made up of an image file.
Many users will see Multi PDF Converter’s simplicity as a blessing, while others will probably think that so much simplicity shouldn’t cost that much. The program is limited to two non-customizable conversion processes between two file formats, which guarantees that the program can be used and enjoyed by all types of users, but only when your conversion requirements fit into these constraints.