Convert PDF to GIF

Use DynamicPDF Rasterizer for .NET to efficiently and easily convert any PDF to a GIF image.

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Converting a PDF to GIF

Below are the steps and sample code to convert a PDF file to GIF images.

Steps to convert PDF to GIF

  1. Create a PdfRasterizer object using the source PDF document.
  2. Call the Draw method by specifying the image type as GIF, DPI and file path to save images.

Sample code - C#

PdfRasterizer rasterizer = new PdfRasterizer("doc-a.pdf");

rasterizer.Draw("output.gif", ImageFormat.Gif, ImageSize.Dpi150);

GitHub Project

Clone or view the example project at GitHub. This example on this page is in the PdfToImageRasterizerExample.cs file.

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Getting Started

The NuGet package and an example project are provided to get started.

NuGet Package

DynamicPDF Rasterizer for .NET is available on NuGet with package ID ceTe.DynamicPDF.Rasterizer.NET.

NuGet Package ID: ceTe.DynamicPDF.Rasterizer.NET

Install directly in Visual Studio using the NuGet Package Manager.

DynamicPDF Rasterizer Information

For more information, refer to the online help documentation.

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