Which link doesn't work?iishy00 wrote:Please tell me where I can download the latest 2.01 version please.
And the file format is not kept?jdavis wrote:My current command line is as follows:
nconvert -v -resize 150 150 -ratio -o ../imageconverted/150x150/%.* *.*
All my output filnames have ".*" as their extension. Weird.
NConvert with 16bits will be available soon!Adi wrote:Is any already available or upcoming version of NConvert capable of reading and writing files with bit depths of 10 (CIN, DPX) or 16 Bit (TIFF, RAW)? As far as I know reading such images works fine but they will be converted to 8 Bits.
Thanks. Pierre.Anonymous wrote:http://users.iafrica.com/d/da/dart/zen/ ... cFile.html
Next release is not for now|VooDoo| wrote:Well i know its always tough to answer but i was wondering if u have any planned time to release the new version.
i know its lame to ask this but im anxious :]
sorry for bothering
Yes, you can use this line, and use G3/G4 compression for tiff output (-c 4 or -c 6).Valentina wrote:nconvert -out tiff -colours 2 -c 2 -o D:\Temp\output.tif -multi D:\Temp\input.pdf
Eventually I want to have only 2 colors, because the pdf contains scanned word documents.
Yes, but currently wmf are converted into bitmapguest wrote:When viewing WMF files and other vector graphics, XnView could display them as vector graphics, not as bitmaps -- when zooming in a WMF image, the resolution decreases and XnView shows pixels, not lines.