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If you look at figure 8. You also list the names of the fields. This is the content of the text file with the results:. These square brackets are typical for XFA.

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Welcome to my new blog! Even though I wrote it back in September , it remains my most popular programming post there, simply because of the lack of c code examples online to do this. Maybe things have changed now, but back when I wrote the original article, I was shocked to find no decent c code examples that reliably, efficiently and quickly extracted images from pdf files.

All the samples I found were copies of the same horrendous code, that iterated all the objects in a pdf file this is terribly slow and then used some uneducated guesswork to determine the formats of the image streams it had found. If you take just a moment to think about such a technique, ask yourself where the collection of all embedded objects in the pdf came from.

Most probably, itextsharp used a private method to parse the entire document and build up this collection of all objects. There are plenty of different kinds of objects that can be embedded, so this collection could potentially contain thousands of irrelevant objects. Now you iterate this entire collection again? A better way would surely be to iterate the pdf pages , and for each page, get a collection of only the images contained by that page, on the fly. As it happens, itextsharp supports this, with their PdfReaderContentParser type.

All you need to do is call its ProcessContent method, passing it an instance of their IRenderListener interface which you have to implement each time it processes a page.

If you download my PdfUtils. The solution also contains a console application that demonstrates extracting different format images from a pdf file, and saves them to disk. Pingback: What makes a good blog post? And what makes a blog popular? A Recovered Meth Addict's Blog. This looks like a very, very good solution so far. However, I cannot run it yet as I get the error:.

Like Liked by 1 person. My article relates specifically to the type referenced, that I downloaded when I wrote it. I assume anybody who reads my posts can figure out these things for themselves. And yes, your assumption about the types sounds about right. I would not be able to answer the comments without being rude and insulting, which is counter to the reasons for sharing knowledge in the first place. Like Like. In any case, I wrote the article because it is not intuitive how to get at just the image objects in a PDF.

Getting the position of elements inside a PDF however, is intuitive, and this is something you should be able to figure out on your own in a couple of minutes, not something to ask random blog writers of tangentially related posts. My ultimate goal is to write a small utility that will automatically remove pages from a PDF if they are blank. And I would determine blankness by the ratio of white to non-white pixels. That way the ratio could even be adjusted during runtime if needed.

At least, as a System. Image descendant. So the embedded format is abstracted from the memory image that you get in the end. If you then wanted to save it as whatever image format you like, you can use the built-in image encoder classes and save it in whatever supported format you prefer. Hi Jerome, Thanks for the nice info. It has been Really helpful. However, I need a little more.

Is it possible to get the coordinates of the image? Top-left and Bottom-Right? I am trying to locate the rectangle where the image is present with in the pdf. It was written when I was tweaking my head off on crystal meth, before I turned my life around.

Yet I have never been able to write anything quite as popular since. Pingback: More coming soon… fravexblog. Ooos, I pressed on Enter too soon … but anyway many thanks for sharing your approach. Best regards, Peter. I was out of my mind, yet somehow figured out how to use that library and shared my code, and seemed to be the first person to do so in c. But I am glad it worked for you. In my case it made tif file to propperly be extracted.

Get PdfName. ToString ; this. Very nice… Will have to try this when I have a chance. I did write it in my bad old days while tweaking my head off on meth after being awake for several days, and have been amazed ever since that the code works at all and remains my most popular post. Almost three years clean now.

I saved the image which in a scanned PDF usually is 1 image per page as. ElementAt 0. Tiff ;. Document ; md. Image md. Seemed simpler than some of the other OCR solutions for C and the performance is quite good. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Skip to content. Home About. PdfUtils source code zip file Maybe things have changed now, but back when I wrote the original article, I was shocked to find no decent c code examples that reliably, efficiently and quickly extracted images from pdf files.

Generic; using System. Save Path. Add string. GetFileNameWithoutExtension filename , i. Value , pair. ToInt32 image.

GetDrawingImage method, which does the work for us. Share this: Twitter Facebook. Like this: Like Loading I am also a recovering addict, who spent nearly eight years using methamphetamine. I write on my recovery blog about my lessons learned and sometimes give advice to others who have made similar mistakes, often from my viewpoint as an atheist, and I also write some C programming articles on my programming blog.

This entry was posted in Programming and tagged c , extract images from pdf , itextsharp. Bookmark the permalink. August 21, at am. Jerome says:. September 26, at am. Hamir Nandaniya says:. January 3, at pm. Thank you very much!! This is very very helpful to me. Sathyamoorthy says:.

May 12, at am. Thanks in advance.. May 15, at pm. Jake Johnson says:. July 8, at pm. July 13, at pm. Das says:. August 26, at pm. Peter Ingraham says:. September 23, at pm. Hi Jerome, Thanks so much for the free code.

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Welcome to my new blog! Even though I wrote it back in September , it remains my most popular programming post there, simply because of the lack of c code examples online to do this. Maybe things have changed now, but back when I wrote the original article, I was shocked to find no decent c code examples that reliably, efficiently and quickly extracted images from pdf files. All the samples I found were copies of the same horrendous code, that iterated all the objects in a pdf file this is terribly slow and then used some uneducated guesswork to determine the formats of the image streams it had found. If you take just a moment to think about such a technique, ask yourself where the collection of all embedded objects in the pdf came from. Most probably, itextsharp used a private method to parse the entire document and build up this collection of all objects. There are plenty of different kinds of objects that can be embedded, so this collection could potentially contain thousands of irrelevant objects.

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