There is a converter tool called pstoedit. It uses ghostscript to convert a Postscript (PS) file to an Enhanced Meta Graphics (EMF) file. The utility can actually convert to many other formats as well but I am mainly interested in EMF. I don't have the time to look over the manual to see exactly how to use this utility. I need eitther a batch file or program that will use the [url removed, login to view] program with the correct parameters to convert an input postscript file to an output emf file...or series of files. If the postscript file consists out of more than one page I must be able to specify an output directory where the EMF files numbered 000...[url removed, login to view] will be created. More info on the pstoedit utility can be found here:
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If you have any other suggestions feel free to send them.
The result should be a program (with source) or a batch file that will run from the command-line like this:
- a postscript file
- path where each of the pages in the postscript will be extracted into an EMF file.
This must be done asap.
Deliverables full rights + source if any.
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Hi, I have had the opportunity to understand your project requirements and also read through the website url that you had mentioned. I am eager to do this project for you. I am a part of the team of Lakewood Technol Daha Fazla
I have 2+ years of experience in DOS/Windows environment. I am expert in system level programming and i have already done this type of modules before..
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I have lots of experience with Ghostscript, Postscript and batch files, all of which I have used for professional document production. I'm also working cheap at the moment to win some bids.