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Convert PDF to JPG

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Hello,

Can anyone recommend a good, cheap (or free) component or commandline application that can convert pdfs into jpgs?

Please only post if you have had first hand experience of the component or commandline app.
Please don't post a list from google of all the pdf converters as this is not what im looking for.

Many thanks
Dan
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Hi,

Do you have a code sample or a guide on how to call it from a windows application?

Thanks
Dan
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The answers were too short, but good pointers.
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