The difference between ps2image.exe and ps2img.exe applications

VeryDOC Postscript to Image Converter Command Line is contain two versions of EXE applications, ps2img.exe and ps2image.exe, ps2img.exe is an old version, ps2image.exe is the newer version, in most case, ps2image.exe is work better than ps2img.exe application.

VeryDOC is using disk cache technology in ps2image.exe application, so ps2image.exe can convert any size PS file to any size image file, include TIFF, JPEG, PNG, etc., for example, you can use ps2image.exe to convert a PS file to TIFF file at 2000 DPI, 4000 DPI, 10000 DPI or more, the generated TIFF file size may become 1GB or more, this feature is great useful for high quality painting propose.

Please refer to the difference of their command line options at below,

E:\>E:\ps2img\ps2image.exe
VeryDOC Postscript to Image Converter Command Line v2.0
Web:
http://www.verypdf.com
Web: http://www.verydoc.com
Email: support@verypdf.com
Build: Jul 25 2013
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Key features in PS to Image Converter:
   Convert postscript files to various image formats.
   Use disk cache to render postscript to image files at any resolution.
   Various compression arithmetic for output TIFF files.
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Usage: ps2image.exe [options] [Options] <PS Files>
  -f <int>        : first page to print, from 1 to max page
  -l <int>        : last page to print, from 1 to max page
  -r <int>        : set resolution when render ps to image files
  -c <string>     : set compression method to generated TIFF files
    -c lzw           : Compress TIFF using LZW arithmetic
    -c packbit       : Compress TIFF using packbits arithmetic
    -c g3            : Compress TIFF using CCITT G3 arithmetic
    -c g4            : Compress TIFF using CCITT G4 arithmetic
  -b <int>        : set bitcount when render ps to image files
  -debug          : print debug message
  -silent         : print debug message
  -$ <string>     : input registration key
Example:
   ps2image.exe C:\input.ps C:\output.tif
   ps2image.exe -c g3 C:\input.ps C:\output.tif
   ps2image.exe -c g4 C:\input.ps C:\output.tif
   ps2image.exe -c lzw C:\input.ps C:\output.tif
   ps2image.exe -c packbit C:\input.ps C:\output.tif
   ps2image.exe C:\input.ps C:\output.jpg
   ps2image.exe C:\input.ps C:\output.bmp
   ps2image.exe C:\input.ps C:\output.pcx
   ps2image.exe C:\input.ps C:\output.png
   ps2image.exe C:\test\*.ps C:\test\*.jpg
   ps2image.exe C:\filelist.txt

E:\>E:\ps2img\ps2img.exe
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PS To Image Converter Copyright (C) 2000-2008 verypdf.com Inc
Description:
Convert PS (Postscript) and EPS to TIF, TIFF, JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP, WMF, EMF, PCX, TGA, etc. formats
Web:
http://www.verypdf.com
Web: http://www.verydoc.com
Email: support@verypdf.com
Release Date: Jun 11 2009
Usage: ps2img [options] <-i PS File> [-o Output]
-i [input PS file]   : Input PS filename
-o [output TIF file] : Output TIFF filename
-g                   : Convert to 8-bit grayscale image file, this option
                       is only available while bitcount equal 8 ( -b 8 )
-m                   : Set output to multi-page TIFF file, the
                       default is output to single page TIFF files
-r [resolution]      : Set resolution in generated image files
    -r 300           : Set horizontal and vertical resolution to 300 DPI
    -r 200x300       : Set horizontal and vertical resolution to 200x300 DPI
    -r 204x98        : Set horizontal and vertical resolution to 204x98 DPI
-f [first Page]      : First page to convert
-l [last Page]       : Last page to convert
-c [compress]        : Set compression method in generated image
                       files(for tif only)
    -c none          : Create TIFF file without compression
    -c lzw           : Compress TIFF using LZW arithmetic
    -c jpeg          : Compress TIFF using JPEG arithmetic
    -c packbits      : Compress TIFF using packbits arithmetic
    -c g3            : Compress TIFF using CCITT G3 arithmetic
    -c g4            : Compress TIFF using CCITT G4 arithmetic
    -c ClassF        : Compress TIFF into Fax compatible ClassF 204x98 format
    -c ClassF196     : Compress TIFF into Fax compatible ClassF 204x196 format
-q [quality]         : Set quality in created image files(for jpeg image only)
-t                   : Enable transparent background
-b [bit count]       : Set bit count in generated image files
-a                   : Call ghostscript to convert postscript to image files
-e                   : Append suffix to single page image file (out0001.jpg)
-#                   : Set your License Key
-?                   : Help
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Example:
    ps2img -i C:\input.ps -o C:\output.tif
    ps2img -i C:\input.eps -o C:\output.tif
    ps2img -m -i C:\input.ps -o C:\output.tif
    ps2img -c lzw -i C:\input.ps -o C:\output.tif
    ps2img -q 80 -i C:\input.ps -o C:\output.jpg
    ps2img -b 4 -i C:\input.ps -o C:\output.tif
    ps2img -i C:\input.ps -o C:\output.tif -b 1 -c ClassF -r 204x98 -m
    ps2img -f 1 -l 9 C:\input.ps -o C:\output.jpg
    ps2img -i C:\*.ps -o C:\*.pcx
    ps2img "-#" "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"
    ps2img "-#" "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX" -i C:\input.ps -o C:\output.tif

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Incorrect page size returned by Postscript to Image Converter

Hello,

We are currently evaluating VeryPDF's Postscript to Image Converter ( http://www.verydoc.com/ps-to-image.html ) for use in our software.

One problem we have noticed is that large page sizes seem to get cut off under certain circumstances. See for example the attached file 00002.ps, which was created by the KONICA MINOLTA C353 Series PS printer driver. It contains two A3 pages full of text (the first red the second black). I tried to convert 00002.ps to BMPs using the following command-line syntax:

ps2img.exe -i 00002.ps -o 00002-%00d.bmp

The result is two files 00002-1.bmp and 00002-2.bmp with dimensions of 859x1111 pixels and DPI of 101, corresponding to page dimensions of 21.6x27.9 centimeters (approximately A4). Also, when I look at the BMPs the content has obviously been chopped off on the right and top sides.

As a comparison I tried to convert 00002.ps to PDF using VeryPDF's Postscript to PDF converter:

ps2pdf 00002.ps 00002.pdf

The result is a PDF with dimensions 297x420 millimeters, corresponding to the original page size A3.

Would you have any suggestions as to what we can do to get better results with VeryPDF's Postscript to Image Converter?

Many thanks,
Customer
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You can run following command line to convert your PS file to JPG file with correct width and height,

ps2image.exe D:\downloads\00002.ps D:\downloads\00002.jpg

please use ps2image.exe to instead of ps2img.exe application, ps2image.exe application will work fine to you.

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EMF image trouble, how to make it not read only?

Question:  I have this EMF image on my pc and it wont delete/ copy/ paste let my edit it or anything. I have made it so that it wasn't read only but no luck any one got any ideas. Is there a solution on VeryDOC?

Answer: When you need to make EMF not only for reading, maybe you can try to convert EMF to PDF. In the market there are lots of tools which can help you edit PDF file. If so feel converting EMF to PDF is accessible, maybe you can have a free trial of VeryDOC Metafile (EMF & WMF) Tools,by which you can convert EMF, WMF and RTF files to Adobe PDF files and edit PDF like making use of effective compression processing to minimize space occupied by the created PDF files; for example, an A4 paper size TIFF file with a B/W image the output size is about 40KB to 50KB per page; color and gray-scale images are also compressed and optimized. Please check more information of this software on homepage, in the following part, I will show you how to use this software.

Step 1. Free download Metafile to PDF Command Line.

  • As this is command line version software, when downloading finishes, there will be a zip file. Please extract it to some folder then you can find the executable file and call it from MS Dos Windows.
  • A Windows metafile is a 16-bit metafile that can be used by Windows 3.x, Windows 95, 98 and Windows NT to display a picture, so this software is mainly Windows based. Now it cannot work under other computer system.

Step 2. Convert EMF to PDF.

  • Please note this software supports nearly all languages and characters, so after conversion, there will be no message code in output PDF file.
  • When run the conversion, please refer to usage and example.
  • Usage: emf2pdf [options] <emf-file> [<pdf-file>]
  • Here are some examples for your reference:
  • emf2pdf.exe -append 2 -width 612 -height 792 C:\*.emf C:\out.pdf
    By this command line,we can merge all EMF file to one PDF and specify width and height.
    emf2pdf.exe -append 2 C:\*.emf C:\out.pdf
    By this command line, we can append all EMF file to one existing PDF file.
    emf2pdf.exe C:\filelist.txt C:\out.pdf
    By this command line,we can merge EMF file from list of text file.
    Here are some parameters for your reference:
    -unicode            : Enable Unicode conversion
    -rclbounds          : Use rclBounds instead of rclFrame
    -width <int>        : Set page width to PDF file
    -height <int>       : Set page height to PDF file
    -margin <string>    : Set page margin to PDF file

Please check more parameters and examples in homepage, I can not list all of them here. During the using, if you have any question, please contact us as soon as possible.

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How to transfer a EMF to image for showing it on our homepage?

Question: How can I transfer a EMF image to my groups homepage? The EMF format is not supported by most of the website, so I need to convert EMF to image like jpg or gif format before uploading it to group.  Is there such a solution on VeryDOC?

Answer: When you need to transfer a EMF image to your groups homepage in the format of image, maybe you can have a free trial of software VeryDOC EMF to Vector Converter, by which you can also convert EMF to image of raster like BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, TGA, PCX, PNM, RAS, PBM, TIFF  etc. After converting EMF to raster image file then you can insert it to your website, homepage or other places. Please note this software is command line version, so you can also use it together with other applications like Visual Basic, C/C++, Delphi, ASP, PHP, C#, .NET, etc.  Please check more information of this software on homepage, in the following part, let us check how to use this software.

Step 1. Free download EMF to Vector Converter Command Line

  • As this software is command line version software, when downloading finishes, there will be a zip file. Please extract it to some folder then you can use it normally from MS Dos Windows.
  • This software is Windows version, supporting both 32-bit and 64-bit system.

Step 2. Convert EMF to image for inserting them to website.

  • When you use this software, please refer to the usage and command line example templates.
  • Usageemf2pdf [options] <emf-file> [<out-file>]
  • When converting EMF to image, please refer to the following command line templates:
  • emf2vec -xres 100 -yres 100 C:\in.emf C:\out.bmp
    By this command line, we can convert EMF to image .bmp. And we can specify image resolution from X and Y directions.
    emf2vec -xres 100 -yres 100 C:\in.emf C:\out.gif
    emf2vec -xres 200 -yres 200 C:\in.emf C:\out.jpg
    emf2vec -rotate 90 C:\in.emf C:\out.png
    By this command line, we can rotate input EMF file and then convert it to image png.
    emf2vec -bitcount 1 C:\in.emf C:\out.tif
    By this command line, we can convert EMF file to image and specify bit count.
    emf2vec -width 800 -height 600 C:\in.emf C:\out.tga
    By this command line, we can convert EMF to tga and specify width and height.
    Here are some parameters for your reference:
    -xres <int>     : Set X resolution to image file
    -yres <int>     : Set Y resolution to image file
    -bitcount <int> : Set color depth for image conversion
    -rotate <int>   : Rotate pages, 90, 180, 270

By this tool. we can convert EMF to image and then insert it to homepage. During the using, if you have any question, please contact us as soon as possible.

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Print Management Software, Count pages in Spooling Print Job, Convert Spooling Job to PDF file

Hi,

My Company has developed an PrintManagement Software. We get information from Windows Spooler.

I was looking into the "PCL Page Counter SDK" and I have a question.

Can I save a copy of a document sent to a printer (an PCL or PS or SPL... etc.) and convert it to PDF, so the IT administrator can really see what end users have printed?

Can I do that with "PCL Page Counter SDK" ?

Thanks
Customer
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Thanks for your message, "PCL Page Counter SDK" hasn't an option to convert spooling jobs to PDF files, however, you can use following products to finish this task,

1. Use VeryPDF PCL Converter to convert PCL Print Jobs to PDF files,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pcl-converter/index.html

2. Use VeryDOC Postscript to PDF Converter to convert Postscript Print Jobs to PDF files,

http://www.verydoc.com/ps-to-pdf.html

We hoping above products will useful to you, you may download them from our website to try.

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