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A wrapper around the pdftoppm and pdftocairo command line tools to convert PDF to a PIL Image list.
A python (3.5+) module that wraps pdftoppm and pdftocairo to convert PDF to a PIL Image object
How to install
pip install pdf2image
Windows users will have to install poppler for Windows, then add the
bin/ folder to PATH.
Mac users will have to install poppler for Mac.
Most distros ship with
pdftocairo. If they are not installed, refer to your package manager to install
- Install poppler:
conda install -c conda-forge poppler
- Install pdf2image:
pip install pdf2image
How does it work?
from pdf2image import convert_from_path, convert_from_bytesHoudahspot 4.2.3 download windows 7.
Then simply do:
OR better yet
images will be a list of PIL Image representing each page of the PDF document.
Here are the definitions:
convert_from_path(pdf_path, dpi=200, output_folder=None, first_page=None, last_page=None, fmt='ppm', jpegopt=None, thread_count=1, userpw=None, use_cropbox=False, strict=False, transparent=False, single_file=False, output_file=str(uuid.uuid4()), poppler_path=None, grayscale=False, size=None, paths_only=False)
convert_from_bytes(pdf_file, dpi=200, output_folder=None, first_page=None, last_page=None, fmt='ppm', jpegopt=None, thread_count=1, userpw=None, use_cropbox=False, strict=False, transparent=False, single_file=False, output_file=str(uuid.uuid4()), poppler_path=None, grayscale=False, size=None, paths_only=False)
Use the mattermost chat to ask questions on the helpdesk and get direct support.
- Fixed a bug where using
pdf2imagewith multiple threads (but not multiple processes) would cause and exception
jpegoptparameter allows for tuning of the output JPEG when using
-jpegoptin pdftoppm CLI) (Thank you @abieler)
pdfinfo_from_byteswhich expose the output of the pdfinfo CLI
paths_onlyparameter will return image paths instead of Image objects, to prevent OOM when converting a big PDF
sizeparameter allows you to define the shape of the resulting images (
-scale-toin pdftoppm CLI)
size=400will fit the image to a 400x400 box, preserving aspect ratio
size=(400, None)will make the image 400 pixels wide, preserving aspect ratio
size=(500, 500)will resize the image to 500x500 pixels, not preserving aspect ratio
grayscaleparameter allows you to convert images to grayscale (
-grayin pdftoppm CLI)
single_fileparameter allows you to convert the first PDF page only, without adding digits at the end of the
- Allow the user to specify poppler's installation path with
- Fixed a bug where PNGs buffer with a non-terminating I-E-N-D sequence would throw an exception
- Using an output folder is significantly faster if you are using an SSD. Otherwise i/o usually becomes the bottleneck.
- Using multiple threads can give you some gains but avoid more than 4 as this will cause i/o bottleneck (even on my NVMe SSD!).
- If i/o is your bottleneck, using the JPEG format can lead to significant gains.
- PNG format is pretty slow, this is because of the compression.
- If you want to know the best settings (most settings will be fine anyway) you can clone the project and run
python tests.pyto get timings.
Limitations / known issues
- A relatively big PDF will use up all your memory and cause the process to be killed (unless you use an output folder)
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