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How to convert PDF to HTML on Mac with Mac PDF to HTML Conve

Postby flipconverter » Fri Dec 07, 2012 7:49 am

How to convert PDF to HTML on Mac with Mac PDF to HTML Converter?

I have a lot of useful PDF format files and want to share with others on the Web, but I was wondering if anyone knew of an application that would convert PDF to HTML on Mac while keeping the original document layout. I asked for help on the forum and finally got a convenient conversion tool named Mac PDF to HTML Converter. Here I'll show it to you.

This Mac PDF to HTML Converter is specially designed for those people who want to publish PDF files to Web for sharing with others. With it, you can firstly import PDF files to the Converter, specify the PDF pages to be converted and then click "convert" button to convert PDF to HTML for Mac. In addition, this PDF to HTML Mac Converter can preserve the original layout of text, image, etc. If you don't need any images, you just need to choose "Ignore images in the PDF" to export HTML web page without any image.

What's more, it also support partial conversion and batch conversion, it means that you can import multiple PDF documents and convert them to HTML web pages at one time or just specify the page range to be converted. Meanwhile, this Conversion tool is so friendly and convenient that it enables you to customize output HTML web pages. For example, you can choose any page range of PDF source documents to be converted, choose background color, and so on.

Step by step tutorials for you to convert pdf files to Html on Mac:

Step 1. Add pdf files into PDF Converter Pro for Mac
Download, install and run Mac PDF Converter Pro, drag pdf files to the operation panel.
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Step 2. Select Output format "Html" on Mac
Choose the right format that you need, here choose "Html".

Step 3. Start converting
When all settings are done, click the "Convert" button to start convert pdf files.
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Re: How to convert PDF to HTML on Mac with Mac PDF to HTML C

Postby flipconverter » Mon Jul 01, 2013 10:14 am

Burn MTS to DVD on Mac - Convert MTS to DVD on Mac and Transfer MTS to DVD on Mac

Convert MTS to DVD on Mac with the MTS to DVD Converter for Mac, so that you can save Sony, JVC, Cannon, etc HD camcorders mts video as a DVD disc, and then share them with your friends and families with the standard DVD Players. Just choose the Mac MTS to DVD Creator, it can convert MTS to DVD or burn MTS video to DVD disc in an easy way.

The latest Sony, Panasonics and Cannon HD camcorder are using MTS for saving recordings. Some of their users want to burn MTS format videos to DVD to send to families or friends. Most of the fans want to know the easiest way to convert MTS files to DVD on Mac. Just follow the step by step tutorials you will know how to burn MTS video to DVD on Mac.

MTS to DVD Converter for Mac is the best partner for you to convert MTS files to DVD on Mac, with the powerful Mac MTS to DVD Creator, you can convert MTS to DVD within several simple clicks and burn MTS files to DVD in fast speed. It also can convert mp4, avi, mov, mpeg, asf, etc much more format videos to DVD on Mac, just free download and try the MTS to DVD Converter for Mac now!

How to convert MTS to DVD on Mac?

Step 1: Import MTS video into Mac DVD Creator
Free download, install and run Mac DVD Creator, then click "+" button to import MTS files or just drag MTS video files into the Mac DVD Creator.
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Step 2: Select output DVD format (DVD5 / DVD9)
Set the right output DVD format that you need, just select DVD5 or DVD9.

Step 3: Start to burn MTS files to DVD
After all click the start button to burn MTS to DVD, this Mac DVD Creator provides four output options: DVD Disc, ISO file, DVD Folder (Video_TS) and DVDMedia file.
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