This article aims to show you to how to singly or batch set JPG quality during converting PX3/PCL/PXL/PRN to JPG through command line based on VeryDOC PCL Converter.
Here are details to use trial version of VeryDOC PCL Converter to singly or batch set JPG quality during converting PX3/PRN/PCL/PXL to JPG through command line.
1. Install software
Please firstly download installer of trial version from below, for this software is combination of CMD and GUI, CMD version could be downloaded along with installation of CMD version:
Then, after you double-click installer and follow setup wizard step by step, trial version of CMD and GUI could be used by you in later process.
2. Run command prompt
After you get trial version of CMD, please open command prompt window through running cmd.exe in your computer, and then, you can type commands and parameters there so later conversion.
3. Singly or batch convert PRN/PX3/PCL/PXL to JPG and set JPG quality
Please feel free to refer to following example to singly or batch convert your PX3/PRN/PXL/PCL and set JPG quality:
pcltool.exe –quality 100 C:\ab.pxl C:\ab.jpg
pcltool.exe –quality 90 C:\*.prn C:\*.jpg
Note: -quality <int>: Set quality for JPEG, JPEG2000 compression, pcltool.exe is to call executive file “pcltool.exe” for running software, C:\ab.pxl is to specify input PXL file, C:\ab.jpg is to specify output JPG file, C:\*.prn is to specify dozens of PRN file with *, and C:\*.jpg is to specify dozens of JPG file with * for batch conversion.
At last, please use VeryDOC PCL Converter to singly (example1) or batch (example2) convert PX3/PXL/PRN/PCL to JPG and set JPG quality flexibly. And then, perfect JPG file or files with flexible JPG quality could be added into destination folder directly.
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