How to convert an HTML web page to PNG image on Linux

One of the easiest way to screen capture a particular web page as a PNG image is by using CutyCapt, which is a convenient command line Linux tool for converting any HTML webpage to a variety of vector and bitmat image formats (e.g., SVG, PDF, PS, PNG, JPEG, TIFF, GIF). Internally, CutyCapt uses WebKit rendering […]
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How to convert pdf files to jpg format on Linux

While PDF (short for “Portable Document Format”) is a widely used document format supported by a variety of applications on multiple platforms, you may want to convert pdf files to jpg format for several reasons. For example, you may want to embed a pdf file into PowerPoint or OpenOffice Impress presentations, in which case jpg/jpeg […]
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How to convert jpg image file to pdf format on Linux

The JPG (JPEG) format is without any doubt the most popular format used to share images on the Internet. However, there are several advantages in using PDF images compared to JPG images. For one, while JPG is a raster format with lossy compression, PDF is a layout format that contains both vector and raster graphics. […]
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How to convert ps/eps file into jpg image file

If you want to convert a ps or eps file into jpg format on Linux, you can use ghostscript. To install ghostscript on Ubuntu or Debian: $ sudo apt-get install ghostscript To install ghostscript on CentOS, RHEL or Fedora: $ sudo yum install ghostscript To convert ps or eps file into jpg format using ghostscript, […]
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