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Enhanced Metafile Format (EMF)

Windows vector graphics format recognized by many image-editing applications; basically a 32-bit version of the original Windows Metafile Format (.WMF), which only supports 16-bit data; saves image data in an RGB format and does not support CMYK data. EMF can also used as a graphics language for printer drivers.

VeryPDF facilitates transfer of images to CAD and other programs by using the Enhanced Metafile Format (EMF) for the Windows clipboard. When you select the View > Copy command VeryPDF stores the screen image on the clipboard in EMF format. In programs such as AutoCAD, you can use the Paste command to directly insert this image. Pressing the Print Screen key on the keyboard writes a Windows bitmap to the clipboard. Both of these formats may be pasted into Microsoft Word documents.

EMF Data Type
Enhanced Metafile (EMF) data consists of instructions to call GDI functions. The print processor must call the GDI functions to render printable images. The GDI functions make calls to the printer driver’s printer graphics DLL, which renders the image and sends it to the spooler as RAW data (by calling EngWritePrinter).

NT-based operating system clients send EMF data to NT-based operating system print servers. EMF data is device independent and can be sent to a server more quickly than RAW data. A print job is also spooled as EMF data when the requesting application is local to the server, allowing a quick return to the application while the EMF data is subsequently rendered by a background spooler thread.

For more information about the EMF data type, see the Windows 2000 Professional Resource Kit or the Windows 2000 Server Resource Kit. For more information about enhanced metafiles, see the Platform SDK documentation.

PDF To EMF Converter is an application program based on Windows platform, which can directly convert PDF files to dozens of image formats, such as TIF, TIFF, JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP, EMF, PCX, TGA and so on, it does support whole PDF file to image file conversion, include text, line, arc, ellipse, Bezier, color, image, form and other type elements.

PDF to EMF Converter Features:
PDF to EMF supports dozens of image formats;
PDF to EMF is convenient and easy to operate, and pdf files can be added into file list and converted fast;
Supports Password Protected PDF file conversion;
PDF to EMF can specify any resolution in the generated Image files;
PDF to EMF is a standalone software, Adobe Acrobat and Reader NOT required!
Supports batch conversion;
Supports produce multipage TIFF files;
PDF to EMF supports intelligent processing of large files;
Supports conversion into 1, 4, 8 or 24-bit format;
Supports for PACKBITS, CCITT FAX4, LZW, JPEG compression of TIFF images;
PDF to EMF can be launched from command line, from batch file or another application;
Supports all version of PDF files.

PDF to EMF Converter is able to keep text in converted EMF files, please by following steps to check its capability,

1. This is original PDF file, the text contents are searchable in Adobe Acrobat product,

PDF to EMF Converter

2. We will use PDF to EMF Converter to convert this PDF file to EMF file,

3. Open the EMF file in EMF Explorer application, we can see text contents are still kept in EMF file,

Open the EMF file in EMF Explorer application

4. As you see, the output EMF file is contain EMR_EXTTEXTOUTW record, you can parse all EMR_EXTTEXTOUTW record to get text information from EMF file easily,

R10266: [084]
EMR_EXTTEXTOUTW (s=84) { TXT=[L] [exScale(2.531373) eyScale(2.524590) iGraphicsMode(1), Bounds(374,972,388,1003)] TxOPT[fOptions(0), nChars(1), offDx(80), ptlRef(3465,9236), rcl(0,0,-1,-1)] Spacing[137 => Total(137) =>xPtRefRight(3601)]}

Find EMR_EXTTEXTOUTW record in EMF file

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