ImageGear Features: Conversion

ImageGear has a variety of features and functionalities for all of our platforms. See what options are available in your preferred platform.
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Conversion

Support file format conversion in your .NET or Linux applications.

Need to integrate document or image file format conversion into your next development project? Our document conversion SDK, ImageGear, supports popular image, graphic, and document formats, including raster and vector images PDF, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, JPEG, JPEG 2000, GIF, TIFF, DICOM, CAD, and more.

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Conversion Options

Microsoft Office Conversion

Convert Word, Excel, and Powerpoint to PDF, JPG, and more. Includes an enhanced rendering engine for near-native Microsoft Office support.

CAD Conversion

Convert AutoCAD files (DWG, DXF, or DGN) to PDF, JPEG, SVG, and more. Supports 2D and 3D, including AutoCAD 2018. Allows changing light source, layers, zoom, perspective, & more.

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Adobe / PDF

Convert to and from EPS, PDF or PDF/A. Offers a comprehensive PDF API for native PDF annotations, searchable text, and more.

Raster Images

Convert dozens of different raster images, such as TIFF, JPEG, PNG, PSD, RAW, and PDF. Also offers compression, editing, annotations, & more.

Medical Images

Convert DICOM, JPEG 2000, and other popular medical imaging file types. Full support for DICOM metadata / patient data fields.

Vector Images

Convert dozens of different vector images, such as SVG, EPS, PDF, DXF and others.

Powerful Document & Image File Conversion Capabilities

The ImageGear document conversion SDK provides advanced features to meet a variety of uses cases:

  • Converts to and from bitmap images with various bit depths, palettes, compression, and encoding options
  • Able to read and write metadata without decoding or decompressing the image
  • Offers advanced image compression algorithms
  • Converts bitmap images to scalable, editable images in seconds
  • Supports highly optimized native codecs for loading and saving JPEG and PNG files
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