Convert PS to JPG

The command line application VeryDOC Postscript to Image Converter will do you a great favor if you want to convert the PS format file to other kinds of image formats such as you can convert PS to JPG. If you want to know how to make this conversion, just read the following contents.

In fact Postscript to Image Converter offers a powerful conversion solution for generating high-quality images. Some easy commands will help you resolve this kind of conversion. At first, you need to download the application that you are going to use. You are recommended to download the free trial version for experiencing. Please click the following link to download it: www.verydoc.com/ps2img.zip.

There is no installation steps to use the application. You just need to extract this ZIP file to your computer and then you will see the executable file ps2img.exe in the extracted package. This file is the called program in the conversion from postscript to jpg.

Then please see the following contents for introducing you the detailed steps about the conversion. When you start the conversion, please open the conversion platform—MS-DOS command prompt window at the beginning of the conversion from PS to JPG.

You can click “Start”—“Run” to open “Run” dialog box. Then please input “cmd” or “CMD” in “Open” combo box and click “OK” button. If you want to use the hot key, the combination “Window”+ “R” on the keyboard will also help you. Then the main interface of MS-DOS will appear on your screen.

Please input the command line into MS-DOS command prompt window. The command line contains called program, source file and target file, all of which are necessary parts in a command line. Please see the following example:

ps2img –i C:\File-A.ps –o C:\File-B.jpg

Where

  • ps2img is the called program which is the executable file ps2img.exe. When calling the program in MS-DOS command prompt window, please use its path.
  • –i with the path C:\File-A.ps stands for the source file that you want to convert.
  • –o with the path C:\File-B.jpg means the target file that you want to get.

At last, for running the conversion from PS to JPG, please click “Enter” button on your keyboard and the target file will be saved in the specified location when the conversion is over. If you are interested in VeryDOC Postscript to Image Converter after you read this article, you can visit its homepage http://www.verydoc.com/ps-to-image.html to get more information about it or buy the application.

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