DWG to Image Converter
DWG to Image Converter is a batch converter that allows you to convert DWG to Image format, like DWG to JPG, DWG to TIFF, BMP, GIF and PNG.
DWG to Image Converter is an excellent application with which we can convert image files designed by programmers such as AutoCAD, from DWG format to the more known and currently popular formats, such as JPG, BMP, etc.
This tool is characterized by being totally independent, as it does not require the installation of any other application, also, you will be able to determine the size of the image to convert A4, B6, C1, ANSI D 22, ARCH D 24, etc.
DWG to Image Converter easy-to-use interface allows you to create image files by simply click the "next" button, and it offers convenient features to optimize and manipulate image files in ways that most other packages do not. It is clearly to see why it is one of the most powerful and efficient tools for your office on the market today.
Generate Image for publishing your drawings to the Internet; CD-ROM to store and manage your drawings; Desktop publishing software;
Converts DWG to JPG, DWG to TIFF, BMP, GIF, PNG, WMF/EMF
Standalone software without AutoCAD application;
Support AutoCAD version: R2.6 ~ R2012
Pen width setting;
Easy to use;
Tutorial: How to convert AutoCAD format to Image format?
All the conversion should takes 7 steps to complete since it is a step by step program.
[1/7] Select a folder to add files
[2/7] Set layout and zoom option.
[3/7] output format selection and parameters setting.
[4/7] Set pens' color and width
[5/7] The option step for shx font adding.
[6/7] output path and name type setting.
[7/7] the last step for conversion. All the status would recorded in the blank area.
Windows Metafile (WMF) is a graphics file format on Microsoft Windows systems, originally designed in the 1990s. Windows Metafiles are intended to be portable between applications and may contain both vector graphics and bitmap components.
Essentially, a WMF file stores a list of function calls that have to be issued to the Windows Graphics Device Interface (GDI) layer to display an image on screen. Since some GDI functions accept pointers to callback functions for error handling, a WMF file may erroneously include executable code.
WMF is a 16-bit format introduced in Windows 3.0. It is the native vector format for Microsoft Office applications such as Word, PowerPoint, and Publisher.