How to convert PDF to TIFF from URL for PDF to image API in PowerShell using PDF.co Web API

Step By Step Tutorial: how to convert PDF to TIFF from URL for PDF to image API in PowerShell

Today we will explain the steps and algorithm of how to convert PDF to TIFF from URL and how to make it work in your application. PDF.co Web API was made to help with PDF to image API in PowerShell. PDF.co Web API is the flexible Web API that includes full set of functions from e-signature requests to data extraction, OCR, images recognition, pdf splitting and pdf splitting. Can also generate barcodes and read barcodes from images, scans and pdf.

Fast application programming interfaces of PDF.co Web API for PowerShell plus the instruction and the code below will help to learn how to convert PDF to TIFF from URL. Sample code in PowerShell is all you need. Copy-paste it to your the code editor, then add a reference to PDF.co Web API and you are ready to try it! Enjoy writing a code with ready-to-use sample PowerShell codes to add PDF to image API functions using PDF.co Web API in PowerShell.

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ConvertPdfToTiffFromUrl.ps1
      
# The authentication key (API Key). # Get your own by registering at https://app.pdf.co/documentation/api $API_KEY = "***********************************" # Direct URL of source PDF file. $SourceFileUrl = "https://bytescout-com.s3.amazonaws.com/files/demo-files/cloud-api/pdf-to-image/sample.pdf" # Comma-separated list of page indices (or ranges) to process. Leave empty for all pages. Example: '0,2-5,7-'. $Pages = "" # PDF document password. Leave empty for unprotected documents. $Password = "" # Destination TIFF file name $DestinationFile = ".\result.tif" # Prepare URL for `PDF To TIFF` API call $query = "https://api.pdf.co/v1/pdf/convert/to/tiff?name={0}&password={1}&pages={2}&url={3}" -f ` $(Split-Path $DestinationFile -Leaf), $Password, $Pages, $SourceFileUrl $query = [System.Uri]::EscapeUriString($query) try { # Execute request $jsonResponse = Invoke-RestMethod -Method Get -Headers @{ "x-api-key" = $API_KEY } -Uri $query if ($jsonResponse.error -eq $false) { # Get URL of generated TIFF file $resultFileUrl = $jsonResponse.url; # Download TIFF file Invoke-WebRequest -Headers @{ "x-api-key" = $API_KEY } -OutFile $DestinationFile -Uri $resultFileUrl Write-Host "Generated TIFF file saved as `"$($DestinationFile)`" file." } else { # Display service reported error Write-Host $jsonResponse.message } } catch { # Display request error Write-Host $_.Exception }

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@echo off powershell -NoProfile -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -Command "& .\ConvertPdfToTiffFromUrl.ps1" echo Script finished with errorlevel=%errorlevel% pause

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