Convert PS to TIFF

When you want to convert the file of PS to TIFF format image, you can try the command line application VeryDOC Postscript to Image Converter which can convert PS or EPS format file to a variety of format images. When you use this application convert Postscript to TIFF image, you can also use different kinds of compression methods to create the TIFF image.

The application Postscript to Image Converter can render text, line, arc, ellipse, Bezier, color, image, form and any other elements from PS or EPS files to image formats quickly. If you want to use this application, please download it at and you just need to extract the file to your computer to get the package which contains the executable file ps2img.exe because it is the called program in the conversion from PS to TIFF.

But the application you download from the above link is a free evaluation version. If you want to use all the functions of Postscript to Image Converter without any limitations, you can go to its homepage where supplies several kinds of licenses to different users in order to buy the application.

The following contents are the details about how to convert PS to TIFF and three steps will be enough: Open MS-DOS interface, Input the command line and Run the conversion.

1. Open MS-DOS interface

As to input the command line, you need to open the conversion platform—MS-DOS at first. Please click “Start”—“Run” to open “Run” dialog box in which you can input “CMD” in “Open” combo box and click “OK” button. Then you will see MS-DOS interface appear on your screen at once. You can also take the shortcut key “Window”+ “R” to open “Run” dialog box.

2. Input the command line

For you better understanding the command line, a command line example is given in this step and please see the following one:

ps2img -c lzw -i C:\ -o C:\output.tif

From this command line, you can see that there are three necessary parts in it: called program, source file and target file. If you need to make some settings for the target file such as compressing the TIFF image with some arithmetic, you can add the parameter option in the command line.

ps2img indicates the called program. Please use its path in the command line for calling it.

-c lzw is the parameter for compressing the target TIFF image with LZW arithmetic.

-i with C:\ stands for the path of source file.

-o with C:\output.tif stands for the path of target file, which you need to specify yourself.

3. Run the conversion.

If you have finished all the operations above, please press “Enter” button on your keyboard to run the conversion from PS to TIFF, which is the last step in the conversion.

For learning more command parameters or features about the application VeryDOC Postscript to Image Converter, you can also visit its homepage

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