Convert pxl to bmp and set page size via command line?

The advent of PCL Converter command line will surely releases you from onerous converting work from pxl to other document formats. It allows you not only to directly change the file extension to your desired one or ones in command prompt window (see Picture command prompt window), but to set page size. To the effect, if you want to convert pxl file- leak.pxl- to bmp format, you could directly input leak.bmp in command prompt and the pxl file will be converted to bmp file. For details on how to convert pxl to bmp and set page size, please see below.

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Input command line to convert pcl to tiff and set page size

The way to input command line is pretty easy, do Just as the following pictures indicate,

1) Click “start” and then go to “Run”

click start

choose run

2) Input “cmd” into the following

run dialog

3) Press “ok”, you will find command prompt window popping up

command prompt

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

pcltool.exe -width 800 -height 600 C:\in.pxl C:\out.bmp


  • C:\in.pxl is to specify a pcl filename or a directory for input,
  • C:\out.bmp is to specify the bmp file name for output.
  • width 800 -height 600 is to set page size width to 800 and height to 600.

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

detailed operation on command line displayed in command prompt

Open your file to check the difference between two files

bmp file contained in PCL Converter2.0 folder

                                                  Picture 1 

bmp file

                                                   Picture 2 

bmp file   

                                                   Picture 3

Picture 1  shows you already have converted pxl to bmp,  Picture 2 and Picture 3 show the page size before setting and  after setting.

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