18.104.22.168 Output Formats and Options
- Graphics Converter Pro supports more than 100 image formats export, including JPG,
PDF, PNG, BMP, EMF, GIF, JPEG2000, TIF, ICO, PBM, PCX, WBMP, WMF...
(See 5.0 500 Formats List)
To Choose Output Format
1. Open the Output Setting dialog box:
Method A: Start from main menu and choose Tools > Output Settings menu item.
Method B: Click Settings Tab item in the upper left corner and then click Input Setting label in the lower left corner.
2. Click the corresponding button to choose one of 12 common formats, and you can tick other formats from the list below. Graphics Converter Pro uses JPG as the default output format.
Please choose the following options after you choose the output format.
a). Type: For some formats , you need to choose this option which is equivalent to the sub-format of the output format.
b). Bits per Pixel: You need to choose this option for some formats (PNG, ICO, etc). It directly determines the number of colors in the output format. 8Bits means 256 colors and 24Bits means 16777216 colors. If a format has 32Bits option, then it supports Alpha Channel (excepting BMP).
c). Quality: You need to choose this option for some output formats (e.g.JPG format). It determines the quality or compression rate. The larger value is the better quality or lower compression rate will be. The value of 0 corresponds to the default compression rate.
d). Multi-Page : Some formats (TIF, GIF, etc) support Multi-Page, you need to confirm first that is saved as Multi-Page format.
If the output format is PDF, you need to choose the following options:
a). Page: To choose page size here. You can choose one of the 30 standard sizes listed.
b). Position: You need to choose the position for the source image on the PDF page, unless the page size is the same with the original image size.
c). Margin: You need to choose the margin, unless the page size is equivalent to the original image size.
If you don't know how to use or choose the above options, please just use the default value or ignore them.