Convert PNG to PDF

Convert your PNG images and combine them into a single PDF document.

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How to convert PDF to PNG online

  • 1To start the conversion, upload PDF files to the site from a computer or file storage. You can also upload files via the link.
  • 2After uploading, you can edit the list of PDF files by adding or removing them. Then click the "Convert" button and wait for the conversion.
  • 3Now your PNG images are ready! Each sheet of PDF document was converted to PNG and you can download them in a single ZIP archive.

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PNG (Portable Network Graphics)

  The PNG (Portable Network Graphics) format was created as an alternative to GIF, which at that time had a number of significant limitations. In particular, it is the need for a license to use that did not meet the requirements of the time. The PNG format has become completely open and patent-free.

  Another significant difference is in technical specifications. First, PNG allowed the use of a significantly larger number of colors (up to 16.7 million in PNG-24). Secondly, support for full-fledged multi-level transparency with the use of so-called alpha channels. Hence the possibility of working with layers. All this led to the great popularity of the format among users.

  With the growing popularity of PNG images, people often use conversion services, and our converter is a great tool to convert PNG images to a PDF document.

File type: Image
File extension: .png
Developed by: PNG Development Group
Initial release: October 1, 1996

PNG (Portable Network Graphics)

Graphic format PNG (Portable Network Graphics) is one of the most well-known and common raster formats. It is widely used in web design, in particular for creating small elements with a transparent background. This format was created to replace the GIF. And although it did not inherit the possibility of animation, it solved another problem - the need to pay for a license. The PNG format is completely free of patent rights.

PNG format is widely used to work with sites on the Internet, as well as in classical graphic editors. You can edit files with the .png extension in almost any image processing program. Other advantages include the ability to save a file without loss of quality, the admissibility of multiple processing, support for a large number of colors, and support for the alpha channel (transparency).

File type: Document
File extension: .pdf
Developed by: Adobe Systems
Initial release: June 15, 1993