Convert pxl to bmp and set resolution via command line?

When you finish converting pxl to bmp, a quite universal image file document, you, to some extent, will set resolution to make it more comfortable to view in terms of appearance. How about using a command line to help you convert pxl to bmp and set resolution. PCL Converter command line is a wise choice of you, because it is the fastest and most accurate converter of PCL, PXL, PX3 to PDF, TIFF and other distribution formats. Integrate high-volume batch conversion into your server-based application or workflow.

Click the following link to download PCL Converter command line

Supposing that you have not yet bought, you could press “Try”, which means you are entitled 50times to experience this wonderful software. And if you are satisfied with VeryPDF PCL Converter command line, you can go back the link or press “Buy now”to purchase. Once you get the registration key, enter it into above box and press “Ok”, you will obtain VeryPDF PCL Converter command line.

installing interface of PCL Converter

Input command line to convert pxl to bmp and set resolution

The way to input command line is pretty easy, do Just as the following picture indicates,

1) Press  “start”>choose “Run”>input “cmd”>press “ok”

way to launch MS-DOS command prompt window

2) Here goes the crucial step, you have to make sure the command line you are going to input accurate.

pcltool.exe -xres 800 -yres 600 D:\in.pxl D:\out.bmp

where

  • D:\in.pxl is to specify a pxl filename or a directory for input,
  • D:\out.bmp is to specify the bmp file name for output,
  • xres 800 -yres 600 is to set X resolution 800 and Y resolution 600 to image file.

Once the inputting is done, press “ok”, you are allowed to see

detailed operation of command line displayed in  command prompt window

Open your file to check the difference between two bmp files

To achieve sound effect, the VeryPDF.com makes a comparison below.

bmp file contained in PCL Converter 2.0 folder                                                    PIC 1

BMP FILE                                                      PIC 2

BMP FILE                                                      PIC 3

The PIC 2 shows the resolution before setting while PIC 3 after setting, which tells you have converted pxl to bmp.

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