If you are on a Mac, try using File Juicer:
It will extract any and all images from any type of file.
With File Juicer you can:
- Extract images from a PowerPoint slide show or presentation.
- Extract images and text from PDF files.
- Recover images and video from erased flash cards
- Recover text from damaged files
- Extract the images and HTML files in Safari's cache.
- Extract attachments from email archives.
- Rebuild simple PDF files into Word documents
- Convert iPhoto's iPod cache files and ithmb files to TIFF.
- Recover photos from your iPod if you have lost your Mac.
- Extract Flash animations saved in .EXE files.
- Convert ZIP files which have been saved as .EXE files to zip.
- Extract the JPEG pictures from Canon & Nikon RAW files.
- Extract System 7 Sounds
- Use it for forensics examining cache files of various kinds
- Invisibly attach files to images - simple steganography
File Juicer doesn't care what type file you drop onto it; it searches the entire file byte by byte. If it finds a JPEG, JP2, PNG, GIF, PDF, BMP, WMF, EMF, PICT, TIFF, Flash, Zip, HTML, WAV, MP3, AVI, MOV, MPG, WMV, MP4, AU, AIFF or text file inside, it can save it to your desktop or to another folder you choose.
Maybe Noel or another Windows expert can point you to a Windows equivalent of File Juicer if you don't have a Mac.
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