I have a client who insists on sending me images in pdf form which I have to extract, resize and upload to their website. I have been using Photoshop to manually crop out the images but im looking for a faster way.
The main problem is there are 2-4 images per page in the pdf and I can easily export a whole page as a jpg but I cannot figure out how to export all of these images as separate jpgs.
I have Adobe Acrobat Pro DC 2015
Im really looking for a batch system that allows me to extract all the images at once.
EDIT: I know the ideal thing would be to instruct the client to send us jpgs, however, I am looking into this export pdf possibility as well. Please only respond if you have any information on exporting multiple images from a single pdf page using Acrobat DC. Thank you.
Thank you AndrewH for the information, your instructions helped me find what I was looking for. However in the most recent version of Acrobat Pro the location of this option has changed slightly. So I will provide screenshots for anyone else with the newest versions of Acrobat.
There is no tab named 'Document Processing' anymore. Instead this option is found under the 'Export PDF' tool. With your PDF open in Acrobat you can select the Export PDF tool on the right hand side where it is located with all your other tools.
When clicked it will open a fullscreen options page with a preview of your pdf. You must select 'Image' and then select which type of image you want to export. You can use the settings gear next to the image type to find advanced settings.
To export all images from an unflattened PDF you must select 'Export all images'. Then you can select a destination for your files and Acrobat will save all images in your pdf to the selected destination.
I hope this helps people with the newest versions of Acrobat who are not familiar with the older version enough to stumble through the new menus and options.
Thank you again AndrewH for the clear explanations that helped me find what I was looking for.