PDF to Image create images from PDF files automatically. This is useful if you'd
like to display a preview of the first page of your uploaded PDF, or showcase a
gallery of all the pages in a PDF file.
Make sure the
Imagick PHP extension is
installed on your server.
On a Debian-based system, this is as simple as running:
sudo apt-get install imagemagick php5-imagick.
Note that support for installing Imagick is not provided by this module or its
Install this module using the official Backdrop CMS instructions at
Add an Image field to your entity to store the generated image(s). Make sure
the image format you wish to use is in the 'Allowed file extensions' setting.
Set the 'Number of values' to the maximum number of pages you wish to store
(note that this may end up being less, depending how many pages the PDF has).
Add a File field to your entity and set the widget type to 'File'. Select the
image field you added above in the 'Image field' setting, then configure the
other settings to your preference. Make sure 'pdf' is added to the 'Allowed
file extensions' setting.
Note that you can set the 'Number of values' of the file field to whatever you
like, but only the first file uploaded will be processed by this module.
Create an entity, upload a PDF file, and the image(s) will be generated on
Bugs and Feature requests should be reported in the Issue Queue:
- Peter Anderson (https://github.com/BWPanda).
- Inspired by Drupal's 'PDF to Imagefield' module
This project is GPL v2 software. See the LICENSE.txt file in this directory for