A small command line tool which renders pdf files into png files at various sizes, with presets for rendering icons for iOS, MacOS and Android
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gitlab: https://gitlab.com/alfwatt/pdf2png github: https://github.com/alfwatt/pdf2png
usage: pdf2png -i <input.pdf> [-o <output-file-prefix>] [-s @,@2x,50,100x50,100@2x,400%] [-t ios|android-small|macos-small|android-large|ios-small|macos|ios-large|android|macos-large|retina] [-A Resources/Catalog.xcassets] -i — input file name, a PDF document -o — output file prefix, to which the size and .png will be appended -s — a comma seperated array of output sizes -t - a target group, which outputs a set of sizes suitable for icons -A - path to xcassets catalog to add the produced images to
-a YES|NO — include alpha channel, YES or NO -b 1|4|8|12 — bits per channel -c GRAY|INDEX|RGB|LAB|CMYK — color model -C x,y,w,h — crop to rectange -v - version info] -V - verbose -z — crush, generate the smallest PNG possible
Output sizes can be expressed in a number of formats:
@ - Original Size @2x - Retina Sizes 50 - Square Sizes (50x50) 100x50 - Rectangular Sizes 100@2x - Square Retina Sizes (200,200) 400% - Percentage Sizes 200w - Fixed width, proportinate height 200h - Fixed height, proportinate width
You have a logo for an application which is square, with large and small variants, that you want to render for both iOS and Android:
$ pdf2png -i app-logo-small.pdf -o app-logo -t ios-small
Is equivalent to:
$ pdf2png -i app-logo-small.pdf -o app-logo -s 29,29@2x,29@3x,40,40@2x,40@3x pdf2png wrote [29 x 29] pixels to app-logo_29x29.png pdf2png wrote [58 x 58] pixels to firstname.lastname@example.org pdf2png wrote [87 x 87] pixels to email@example.com pdf2png wrote [40 x 40] pixels to app-logo_40x40.png pdf2png wrote [80 x 80] pixels to firstname.lastname@example.org pdf2png wrote [120 x 120] pixels to email@example.com
To complete the set you can run:
$ pdf2png -i app-logo-small.pdf -o app-logo -t android-small pdf2png wrote... $ pdf2png -i app-logo-large.pdf -o app-logo -t ios-large pdf2png wrote... $ pdf2png -i app-logo-large.pdf -o app-logo -t android-large pdf2png wrote...
Use the Makefile to install in /usr/local/bin
make build sudo make install
1.0 - april 2016ish 1.1 + alpha channel support
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2015-2018 Alf Watt
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