How to Convert PDF to GIF in Mac OS X Mountain Lion

Ready to convert PDF to GIF graphic format, but do not know how? As a matter of fact, it is pretty easy to convert PDF to GIF image once you find a professional PDF to GIF Converter for help. Here in the following, we talk about how to use the professional PDF to GIF Converter – Wondershare PDF Converter to convert PDF to GIF in Mac OS X Lion, Mountain Lion or Widnows (Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7).

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Step 1. Import PDFs to PDF to GIF Converter

After you install the PDF to GIF Converter, click the quick start icon on the desktop to launch it. And then drag and drop PDF files to the app. It supports batch conversion. To work more efficiently, I suggest you upload an array of PDF files at a time to perform the batch conversion.


Step 2. Select output format

On PDF to GIF Converter for Mac OS X Mountain Lion, click the little settings button on each PDF item bar to reveal the output format list. On the list, click Image, and then select .gif as the output format.

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On Windows PDF to GIF Converter, click the Images icon on the main interface first. And then click the Options button on the lower part of the panel. From here, navigate to the Images tab. Select the GIF(.gif) as the output format. You might have noticed the Extract Images options: Each page of PDF files as an image and Extract all images into the PDF files. To convert PDF to GIF image, you should select “Each page of PDF files as an image”.


Step 3. Start to convert PDF to GIF

When everything is ready, here comes the last step, converting PDF to GIF. Click the big Convert button to begin the PDF to GIF conversion. Only in a few seconds, the conversion will be accomplished. And then, you can find all the output GIF images are in the ouput folder.

This is how to convert PDF to GIF in Mac OS X Lion, Mountain Lion/Windows. It is simple, isn’t it? For me, I like this way mostly because of the batch conversion. It saves me a lot of time.

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