Feature Description

LEADTOOLS takes advantage of the versatility of the Windows Enhanced Metafile (EMF) format and provides a robust set of features centered around the use of EMF. EMF is a vector-based format that consists of GDI commands for vector, text, and raster objects, making EMF suitable for the rasterization to image and the creation of searchable-text documents. .NET (C# & VB), C/C++, WinRT, iOS, OS X, Java, and web developers utilize LEADTOOLS to do hundreds of conversions.

Convert EMF to Searchable and Editable Document Formats

Windows Enhanced Meta File (EMF) is a standard format in Microsoft Windows. Many other applications and frameworks provide output as EMF. The LEADTOOLS Document Writers convert EMF to many other document formats including PDF, PDF/A, DOC, and HTML.

Convert EMF to More Than 150 Image Formats

Use LEADTOOLS to convert EMF to JPEG, JPEG 2000, PNG, TIFF, and many more image formats. LEADTOOLS can load and rasterize EMF files which can then be saved as more than 150 image formats.

Export EMF From Any Application

The LEADTOOLS Virtual Printer Driver SDK captures output from any Windows application that prints as EMF and save as a raster image or use the Document Writers to create editable documents such as PDF, PDF/A, DOC, and HTML.

Create EMF from LEADTOOLS Annotations

LEADTOOLS supports the creation of EMF files from LEADTOOLS annotation objects, which can be used by the LEADTOOLS Document Writers to create documents such as PDF.

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