MHTML is short for MIME HTML (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions Hypertext Markup Language) that is a html page archive format originally generated for Microsoft Internet Explorer. A mhtml archive file stores all the needed media for rendering a web page in one single file, which means the component elements of a html document, such as texts, graphics, scripts and audios are all encapsuled in one portable mhtml archive file instead of being in more than one different directories or documents. The extension name for mhtml is “mht” and a mhtml file is always equal to a mht file. As stored in one single mhtml file, you can easily share an web page with emailing it to others. BMP is the extension name of the image format of bitmap that stores digital graphics in raster mode.
Here is a method of converting a document of VeryPDF HTML Converter Command Line running in the MS-DOS command line prompt mode. Type the commands as follows and you will convert your document of image:image with the
D:\htmltools\htmltools.exe D:\htmltools\Verypdf.mht D:\htmltools\Verypdf.bmp <Enter>.
“D:\htmltools\htmltools.exe” in the command lines is for calling the conversion tool and “D:\htmltools\Verypdf.mht” indicates the path and name of the source mhtml document. The output file path “D:\htmltools\”, the output file name “Verypdf” and the target conversion format “bmp (bitmap)” are given in the last command argument string.
You can follow the similar procedures as shown in the coming screen snapshot.
The posted image below is the one converted from, which reproduces the display effect of the source mhtml document precisely.