Bitmap is the full name of the bmp file format. Just as its name implies, a bitmap is a map of bits which vividly shows the basic method of saving a image in a digital format, bit array.
The method of converting emf to bitmap should be the same as converting emf to bmp. In the MS-DOS command line box, we can convert an emf file into bitmap format with as shown by the below screen snapshot. The first typed string, htmltools.exe, is the name of the conversion tool, the second string is the name of the original file, and the third string is to specify the name of output file. The conversion target, bitmap format, is specified by the extension name in the third string.
After the conversion, you can easily view the the bitmap image with the Windows built-in image viewer by double clicking the file name in your file explorer. The following snapshot shows the bitmap image converted from a emf file.