Convert PS to PNG

The PNG format image which is a little similar with the GIF image format but without copyright limitations can be used to store graphics for Web images. It contains a bitmap of indexed colors and uses lossless compression. If you want to convert PS to PNG format image, you can take the command line application VeryDOC Postscript to Image Converter as your tool because it can convert PS or EPS format file to a dozens of image formats.

By using the application Postscript to Image Converter, you can set many kinds of parameters for the target file to realize different kinds of functions. The application allows you to make the conversion quickly and easily for you only need to input some simple commands into the MS-DOS interface.

You need to download the application at and extract it to your computer. The extracted package contains all the components of the application and the executable file ps2img.exe is the called program file in the conversion from PS to PNG. When you start the conversion, just call it in MS-DOS interface.

The above link is for you to download the free trial version of the application. If you want to use all the functions without any limitations after the evaluation, please buy the application at its homepage: where gives several choices for purchasing different kinds of licenses.

Please open MS-DOS interface at the beginning of the conversion from Postscript to PNG. You can press and hold “Window”+ “R” shortcut key to open “Run” dialog box in which please input “cmd” in “Open” combo box and click “OK” button. You can also click “Start”—“Run” to open “Run” dialog box.

The command line must be inputted into MS-DOS interface then. There are three necessary parts in the command line if you don’t want to set any other parameters for the target file: called program, source file and target file. You can see the following command line example for you to better understand it.

ps2img –i D:\ –o D:\FO.png


  1. ps2img means the called program ps2img.exe.
  2. –i D:\  indicates the path of source file.
  3. –o D:\FO.png stands for the path of target file.

In the command line, you need to use the path of each file that you call. For example, when you call the called program ps2img.exe, you need to input its full path like: "C:\Program Files\ps2img\ps2img.exe".

At last, please hit “Enter” button on the keyboard to run the conversion from PS to PNG. You just need to wait for several seconds until the conversion comes to the end.

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