DWG to JPG Converter

JPG is a file extension of JPEG which is a commonly used method of lossy compression for digital photography (image). It is now the most popular image format. JPG can recognize by almost any portable devices. Thus, Convert DWG to JPG for viewing is the best choice.
DWG to JPG Converter is a batch image converter that converts DWG to JPG, DWG to PNG, DWG to TIFF, and DWG to BMP easily. DWG to Image Converter is the fast, affordable way to create professional-quality documents in the popular Image file formats.
DWG to JPG converter supports AutoCAD version from R2.6 to the latest version 2012. It is a definite standalone program.
DWG to JPG converter make viewing huge drawing file easily, no matter anytime and everywhere with iPad, iPhone etc.

       Only $88.00

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 Function list

Publishing your drawings to the Internet;
CD-ROM to store and manage your drawings; 
Desktop publishing software;
Output format support: BMP, JPG, TIF, GIF, PNG, WMF, EMF;
Support Format: DWG, DXF;
Support AutoCAD version: R2.6 ~ R2012;
Pen width setting;
Adjust background;
SHX font path;

Knowledge

JPG is a file extension of JPEG which is actually stands for "Joint Photographic Experts Group," because that is the name of the committee that developed the format. But you don't have to remember that because even computer nerds will think you're weird if you mention what JPEG stands for. Instead, remember that a JPEG is a compressed image file format. JPEG images are not limited to a certain amount of color, like GIF images are. Therefore, the JPEG format is best for compressing photographic images. So if you see a large, colorful image on the Web, it is most likely a JPEG file. While JPEG images can contain colorful, high-resolution image data, it is a lossy format, which means some quality is lost when the image is compressed. If the image is compressed too much, the graphics become noticeably "blocky" and some of the detail is lost. Like GIFs, JPEGs are crossplatform, meaning the same file will look the same on both a Mac and PC.