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#1 Posted : Thursday, September 24, 2009 3:38:37 PM(UTC)


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I was told that LeadTools could do an open of a true EPS image and save it as a SVG. I have looked all over the site and see no references to this. Is this possible using LeadTools

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#2 Posted : Sunday, September 27, 2009 1:33:33 AM(UTC)
Maen Hasan

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EPS file format support is included with the LEADTOOLS PDF Plug-in which is an add-on module for LEADTOOLS Toolkits that extends support for PDF, PostScript, and EPS formats. LEADTOOLS loads EPS files as Raster images. It renders all of objects inside EPS file as raster objects and loads it in memory and then renders the rasterized objects on the image.

After loading the EPS file, you need to use the LEADTOOLS vector functions to embed the raster image in vector file and save it as SVG vector format. The SVG format is not supported in the non-vector toolkits. Read support and write support for this format are provided in the LEADTOOLS Vector Imaging Pro toolkit and are unlocked when the Vector features are unlocked.

LEADTOOLS Vector functions are only available in two programming interfaces (API and C++ Class Library).

For more information about LEADTOOLS vector Imaging Pro, please see the following pages:

Maen Badwan
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