If you want to convert PGM to vector images, PGM to Vector Converter will be an excellent helper. It enables users to set the image size and image resolution during the conversion. It also allows you to set the page size and the page margin for the output vector file.
PGM to Vector Converter is free for downloading and evaluating by clicking here. If you want to use all functions without any limitations, you can buy a single-user personal license for it via clicking here. You can also buy the single-user commercial license, multiple-user personal license multiple-user commercial license or site license by clicking this link.
You can see the user interface (UI) of PGM to Vector Converter in Figure1, in which there is a file list on the left. You can add the PGM files into the list by clicking “Open” button. “Remove” button is used to remove or delete some image file, while “Remove All” is for removing all the image file at a time. To preview the listed PGM file, you can see the “Preview” frame on the right. Please choose the output directory for the target file in “Output Folder” text box.
Clicking on "Option" button, you will get a dialog box titled "Option" in which you can set the parameters to the output vector images. Please see it in Figure2.
In "Output Format" combo box, please choose one kind of vector format as the output format, such as "dxf". In "Pagesize" group box, please choose the paper type for the output file like "A3", "A4", "B5", etc. You can set the output image resolution from0 dpi to 999 dpi. In "Size" option page, you can set the image size by inputting the width and height values in "Width" and "Height" spin boxes. The page margin can also be controlled as the default value or the customized value. If you are sure you have set all parameters done, please click "OK" button. If not, you can click "Reset All" to set the parameters again.
When you click the "Convert" button in the user interface of the application, you will see a blue progress bar appear at the bottom of the interface and it will disappear when the conversion from PGM to vector comes to the end. Then you can search for the target file in the specified location.