Yes, VeryPDF docPrint Pro supports batch conversion from TIF, DOC, DOCX, HTML, MHTML, Web Pages, RTF, TXT, XLS, XLSX, PPT, PPTX, VSD, PDF, PS, EPS as well as any other printable documents to PDF, PS, EPS, XPS, PCL, JPEG, TIFF, BMP, PCX, PNG, EMF, WMF, DCX, GIF, MNG, PBM, PCD, PGM, PIC, PSD, PNM, PPM, TGA, AVS, JBG, JP2, JPC, WBMP, XBM, and other formats. So, you can convert lots of TIF files to XPS formats via VeryPDF docPrint Pro.
The following steps will show you how to convert lots of TIF files to XPS formats via VeryPDF docPrint Pro Command Line. You can try it buy yourself.
At first, you should create a folder to contain all the files you want to convert from TIF to XPS. For instance, you should call it [veryin]; and another folder for export the output XPS files, for example, you can call it [veryout]. You can create a new folder on the desktop like this:
Right click with the mouse on the blank area on the desktop; > choose [New] on the drop-down menu; > choose [Folder]; > Name the new folder as [veryin]. Select all the TIF files you want to convert and drag them to the [veryin] folder. And create a new folder named [veryout] in the same way.
Second, run MS DOS. You should click [Start] in the left down corner on the computer screen; > click [Run] on the menu; > type [cmd] in the [Open] edit box in [Run] dialog box; > click [OK] to run MS DOS.
Third, when the DOS command line prompt appears on the screen, you should type the following command line in it. You should leave a space before and after [-i] as well as [-o] respectively.
C:\Documents and Settings\admin>"C:\Program Files\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe" -i "C:\Documents and Settings\admin\Desktop\veryin\*.tif" -o "C:\Documents and Settings\admin\Desktop\veryout\*.xps"
The following is the MS DOS with the above command lines:
The meaning of the command lines is:
C:\Documents and Settings\admin>"C:\Program Files\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe"----stands for the excusable file.
-i---Indicates that the following is the input files. And "C:\Documents and Settings\admin\Desktop\veryin\*.tif"----refers to the directory of the folder containing input files. And [*.tif] stands for all the files in TIF format.
-o ----clarifies that the following is the directory of folder for output documents. In addition, "C:\Documents and Settings\admin\Desktop\veryout\*.xps"---- stands for the directory of the output documents. [*.xps] means that all the output documents will be in XPS format.
Next, click [Enter] on the keyboard. The computer will start converting lots TIF files to XPS files right away. You can also view the process of conversion and the time of conversion in DOS as illustrated below:
After conversion you can view the effect of conversion from TIF files to XPS files. The following is the comparison between one TIF file and the XPS file converted from it.