Windows Metafile vectors originally were released in 1988 with Windows 2.0, then for Windows 3.1 in 1992. They generally consist of basic shapes, bitmaps or raster graphics. Converting these older basic files to formats like PDF, JPEG or SWG makes them available to users across devices and browser platforms.
JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group, the people that invented the .jpg standard. JPGs are ideal for storing web graphics or digital photos. Converting a .jpg or JPEG file to PDF, SVG, or PNG with PrizmDoc might be required to overcome fidelity issues, or to gather multiple images as a single file. The image, header and metadata are all maintained.
*When converting muti-page documents to JPEG, PNG, or SVG file formats, only the first page of the document will be converted. THIS IS A DEMO ONLY RESTRICTION. The full featured product allows you to dictate how multi-page documents are converted.