The application to be shown in this article will be a good helper for you in the conversion from EPS to TGA, which is named as VeryDOC Postscript to Image Converter. This is a powerful application designed for converting PS or EPS format file to various of image formats. It supports to set different parameters for the target file in the conversion process.
As a user, you can call Postscript to Image Converter application from any kinds of programming or scripting languages such as Visual Basic, C/C++, Delphi, ASP, PHP, C#, .NET, etc. This application also give you several kinds of licenses such as server license, developer license, etc. to meet different requirements from different users.
To use Postscript to Image Converter, please download it at the following link: www.verydoc.com/ps2img.zip where supplies a ZIP file of the application and you need to extract it to your computer. For converting EPS to TGA, you just call the executable file ps2img.exe in the extracted folder in the conversion process.
The specific steps about the conversion are as follows:
Firstly, please click “Start”—“Run” or use the combination of “Window”+ “R” on the keyboard to open “Run” dialog box. Then input “cmd” or “CMD” in “Open” combo box and click “OK” button. The conversion platform—MS-DOS interface will come out, in which you can input the command line.
Secondly, you need to type the command line for converting EPS to TGA in MS-DOS interface. The command line contains called program, source file and target file. If you need to set parameters for the target file to realize some kind of functions, you can add other commands in the command line. There are several command line examples below.
ps2img –i C:\INPUT.eps –o C:\OUTPUT.tga
This command line is for converting EPS to TGA only.
ps2img –r 200x300 –i C:\File.eps –o C:\File.tga
This command line is for setting resolution for the target file as 200DPIx300DPI in the conversion from EPS to TGA. The option “-r” is to customize the resolution for the target file.
ps2img –r 500 –f 5 –l 8 –b 1 –o C:\In.eps –o C:\Out.tga
This command line is to set resolution as 500DPI, convert the page interval from page 5 to page 8 of the input EPS format file and set the bit count for the target file as 1-bit in the conversion. The option “-f” is to set the first page to convert and the option “-l” is to set the last page to convert. The option “-b” to to set the bit count for the target file and you can change the value as “4”, “8” and “24”.
Lastly, please hit “Enter” button on the keyboard to run the conversion.
The application VeryDOC Postscript to Image Converter supplies different available licenses and if you want to buy any one of them, please enter its homepage: https://www.verydoc.com/ps-to-image.html.