I'm going to use a PDF example for my question. I'll also use a large image, so I can express my doubts better (so, I'm already sorry for the image size).
Above you can see the image as it should be. I've obtained it clicking with the "Take a Snapshot" tool whithin Adobe Acrobat Pro DC. Here's another page example:
Now, whenever I try to export these PDF pages as images (using the built-in
file -> export -> as image), I get these results (I've exported them in PNG):
As you can see, two effect are observed:
- The vector images (made in Adobe Illustrator) got distorted and messy;
- There is a significant loss of quality, both for the unmatched vector and the texts (it got all crackled up and pixelated).
My main goal (it should be clear now from the images) is using these as slides for my drawing tablet. The thing is, I cannot believe that there is no built-in function on Adobe Acrobat (or some other application some of you may suggest) that would do the same I've done with the "Snapshot" tool. With it (and afterwards opening Photoshop and saving the image as PNG) I get satisfactory results. Otherwise I can't (and I don't want to use the "Snapshot" feature, since it can't massively do it with all the pages at once, I'd have to mechanically do it page by page; that, I don't want to).
So, could you help me with this specific step?