I would like to use openoffice or libreoffice to convert a presentation made with Impress ( odp file, but might be powerpoint ppt, too ) to jpg images.

My point is: I have an odp presentation file, composed with 10 slides, then I would receive 10 jpeg images, one for each slide.

I tried with :

soffice --headless --convert-to jpg presentation.odp

This works perfect, but I just receive the very first slide of my presentation, not all. I do need all of them.

I don't know if there's an option to tell soffice to convert all the slides instead of the first one.

I know there are other ways like converting to pdf and then use IM, but I want to solve this using soffice. Im doing everything under Ubuntu Linux.

Thanks in advance.

Juan

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Im going to reply my own answer.

To convert, massively, from .odp to images, under Linux using CLI, I'll do:

soffice --headless --convert-to pdf presentation.odp

Then:

convert -density 400 converted.pdf -resize 800x600 my_filename%d.jpg

This solution works, but it needs some improvements to make it faster and to prevent it from failing due to lack of hardware resources.

But, if your odp is not that big, you converted from odp/ppt/pptx/whatever to images, massively, it is scriptable, and using just CLI.