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ImageMagick How To Convert Specific PDF Pages or a Range

A very handy feature of ImageMagick's convert command is that it can convert PDF's to other image formats like jpg but did you know you can even manually select a range or specific pages from the PDF? 

Here is an example of converting a range of pages from a PDF in this case pages 25 to 36:

convert -density 300 "vSphere 6.5-1.pdf[25-36]"  vsphere.jpg
 

Here is an example of converting a list of specific pages from a PDF in this case pages 45,54,69:


convert -density 300 "vSphere 6.5-1.pdf[45,54,69]"  vsphere.jpg
 

 

 


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