How to Convert DjVu to JPEG

DjVu is a computer file format designed primarily to store scanned documents, especially those containing a combination of text, line drawings, indexed color images, and photographs. Although this format is gaining popularity, opening DjVu files may be problematic and will require plug-ins or viewers able to open and interpret them. To make the DjVu files handier, convert them to the JPEG format using Universal Document Converter. JPEG will make the DjVu files appropriate for the web, email, etc.

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How to Convert DjVu to JPEG

To convert DjVu file to JPEG you need two programs: WinDjView and Universal Document Converter.

Step 1: Open DjVu document and click Print

Place Watermark on Output JPEG Files

  1. Open DjVu file and click Print
  2. Select Universal Document Converter from the list of printers and click Properties
  3. Go to File Format and select JPEG Image
  4. Go to Watermark and select Text label or Picture depending on your preferences
  5. Click OK to convert your DjVu file to JPEG.

Universal Document Converter settings for text watermark

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Alan Schoen

Alan Schoen


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