Raster images' options for Advanced PDF to HTML converter

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Advanced PDF to HTML converter Raster options window.
Advanced PDF to HTML converter allows saving images in the four most commonly used formats - BMP, PNG, GIF and JPG. By default, it uses PNG, as it is the most appropriate high-quality image format. If you prefer to use JPG, choose it in the drop down list. If you are planning to process the pictures further, choose BMP format, which saves images without loss of quality, thus keeping the images readily available for additional editing.

Besides, whenever you choose JPG, you may specify the compression ratio. By default the ratio is set to 75%. Decrease the value to decrease the file size and, conversely, increase it for better quality.

If you want HTML files with formatted text without any graphics, check the Ignore images option.

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Advanced PDF to HTML converter allows saving images in the four most commonly used formats - BMP, PNG, GIF and JPG. By default, it uses PNG, as it is the most appropriate high-quality image format.
If you are planning to process the pictures further, choose BMP format, which saves images without loss of quality, thus keeping the images readily available for additional editing.
Whenever you save images as JPG, you may specify the compression ratio. By default the ratio is set to 75%. Decrease the value to decrease the file size and, conversely, increase it for better quality.
Check the "Ignore images" button if you do not need images in resulting HTML files.
"Preview Pane" demontrates how output image will be shown.