While iText does not currently offer a native C# version of pdfRender as it does for Java, we do provide a command-line version meaning it is fully possible to integrate pdfRender into any .NET project using pdfRender's CLI functionality. Below is a table which shows all of the potential parameters when utilizing pdfRender's CLI infrastructure.
--license is required, and is used to specify the location of your pdfRender license file.
The following is a list of the image file types which a PDF can be rendered as (determined by the "type" variable above):
Below is a C# code snippet which converts an input PDF into a TIFF file on a Windows machine. In order for this code to function correctly, you'll need to download the executable version of pdfRender. That download can be found here.
In fact, pdfRender CLI has the potential to function with any language which can access the command line. So, one can apply the same fundamentals of accessing and interacting with the CLI via a language like Python, to achieve the same outcome.