Extract JPEG images from a PDF document

pdfimages -j foo.pdf bar
This will extract all DCT format images from foo.pdf and save them in JPEG format (option -j) to bar-000.jpg, bar-001.jpg, bar-002.jpg, etc. Inspired by http://stefaanlippens.net/extract-images-from-pdf-documents

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2011-07-07 17:18:36

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