|DWG to TIFF Command Line Overview|
|4. System requestment|
|5. Command parameters|
|DWG to TIFF Command Line is an easy-to-use end-user wizard for creating or manipulating tiff format files, It does not need the third part software support such as AutoCAD etc, quickly convert DWG/DXF/DWF files, and vector graphics to tiff files. It supports batch convert DWG/DXF/DWF file to tiff files and supports all versions of AutoCAD(R2.5 ~ R2008).|
|DWG to TIFF Command Line supports the fast, affordable way to create professional-quality documents tiff format files. Its easy-to-use interface allows you to create tiff files by simply click the "next" button, and it offers convenient features to optimize and manipulate image files in ways that most other packages do not. It is clearly to see why it is one of the most powerful and efficient tools for your office on the market today.|
|(01)||It supports all versions of dwg/dxf files(R2.5 ~ R2008).|
|(02)||It supports batch convert dwg/dxf/dwf files to tiff file without any cad software.|
|(03)||It supports multiple choice of output paper size.|
|(04)||It supports combine one dwg/dxf/dwf file to one tiff file.|
|(05)||It supports combine multiple dwg/dxf/dwf files to one multi-page tiff file.|
|(06)||It supports generate multipage tiff files.|
|(07)||It supports any resolution in the generated tiff files.|
|(08)||It supports conversion into 1bit, 4bits, 8bits, 4bits grayscale, 8bits grayscale and 24bits format image.|
|(09)||It supports multifarious compression of tiff image,such as LZW, JPEG, PACKBITS, CCITT Group3, CCITT Group4, RLE etc.|
|(10)||It converts drag and drop of files.|
|(11)||It allows you to preserve original document layout.|
|(12)||It supports convert all layouts, or last active layout to tiff file.|
|(13)||It is an easy-to-use application and allows you to preserve original document layout.|
|(14)||It supports Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/2003/vista Operating System.|
|(15)||Auto detect and process portrait and landscape pages.|
|Installation: You can download the programe setup file which is a zip file from our site at first, then you only need to decompress setup file. After above working, you can use the program.|
|Uninstallation: All neet to do for uninstallation are to delete the direcotry which place the program files.|
|4. System requestment|
|Supported Operation Systems|
|The following operation systems listed have been tested with DWG to TIFF Command Line and are officially supported.|
|(1) Microsoft Windows 2003 Server 32-bit Web Edition, Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition;|
|(2) Microsoft Windows 2003 Server x64 Web Edition, Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition;|
|(3) Microsoft Windows XP Professional and Home Edition;|
|(4) Microsoft Windows XP x64 Professional;|
|(5) Microsoft Windows 2000 Server and Advanced Server;|
|(6) Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional;|
|(1) CPU: Intel(or Standard PC) 800MHz or faster compatible x86 processor;|
|(2) RAM: 256MB or more RAM recommended, 128MB minimum;|
|(3) Hard-disk: 100MB free space recommended, 50MB free space required;|
|5. Command parameters|
|dwgtotiff.exe||<-i <input> [-i <input> -i ... ]>
[-o <output>] [-l <layout type >]
[-w <width>] [-h <height>]
[-m [multi-page tiff file name] ]
[-x <horizontal dpi>] [-y <vertical dpi>]
[-b <color bits per pixel>]
[-d <background color >]
[-c <tiff compression mode>] [-q <jpeg quality>]
|Notes: <>--- required --- optional|
|(1). Input and Output settings|
|-i <input>||Source dwg/dxf/dwf files or directory which contains dwg/dxf/dwf files you want to convert. This parameter can appear several times, such as:
e.g. 1) dwgtotiff -i "c:\my pdf_1.dwg" -i "c:\my2.dxf" -i "c:\my dwfs " -o "d:\myimages"
Extract dwg/dxf/dwf files which are 'c:\my pdf_1.dwg,'c:\my2.dxf and all dwfs files placed in 'c:\my dwfs to 'd:\myimages'.
|-o <output>||Set destination directory to output result images files, default same as application module directory.|
|(2). Image/Page settings|
|-l <layout type>||It is to set outputting layouts, default is to extract the active layout. The programe supports the following options.
e.g. 1) dwgtotiff -i "c:\my1.dwg" -o "d:\" -l "all"
Extract all layouts of the file "c:\my1.dwg" to "d:\" and save as tiff files.
e.g. 2) dwgtotiff -i "c:\my1.dwg" -o "d:\"
dwgtotiff -i "c:\my1.dwg" -o "d:\" -l "active"
Extract the active layout of the file "c:\my1.dwg" to "d:\" and save as a tiff file.
|-w <width>||It is to set the width of the result image file in pixel, default is 800 pixel.|
|-h <height>||It is to set the height of the result image file in pixel, default is 600 pixel.|
|-x <horizontal dpi>||It is to set the horizontal dpi.|
|-y <vertical dpi>||It is to set the vertical dpi.|
|-q <image quality >||It is to set the quality of jpg/jpeg, from 1 to 100.|
|-b <color depth>||It is to set the number of bits per pixel with 1, 4, 8 and 24, default is 24.|
|-c <tiff compression mode>||It is to set the tiff compression mode. The program supports the following mode.
e.g. 1) dwgtotiff -i "c:\my1.dwg" -o "d:\" -m -g -b 8 -c packbits
Extract all layouts of 'c:\my1.dwg to 'd:\', it is to ouput 8 bits grayscale multipage tiff and the compression is 'PACKBITS'.
|-d <background color >||It is to set image background color(RGB).
e.g. 1) dwgtoimage -i "c:\my1.dwg" -o "d:\" -d 0xff
Extract the active layout of the file "c:\my1.dwg" to "d:\" and save as a tiff file with red background.
|-g||It is to set grayscale image. If you set grayscale image, the progrom only accept 4 or 8 bits color depth, default to set 8bits color depth.
e.g. 1) dwgtotiff -i "c:\my1.dwg" -o "d:\" -g -b 24
The above command ignore parameter '-b 24', it sets 8bits grayscale and places the result tiff file to 'd:\' automaticly.
|-m [multi-page tiff file name]||It is to set the multi-page tiff and convert all layouts of dwg/dxf/dwf file to multi-page tiff. If you set tiff file name, it convert all dwg/dxf/dwf files to one multi-page tiff file name.
e.g. 1) dwgtotiff -i "c:\my1.dwg" -i "c:\my_cads" -o "d:\" -c lzw -m "myret.tiff"
Extract the file "c:\my1.dwg" and all dwg/dxf/dwf files which placed in "c"\my_cads" to a multi-page tiff file("d:\myret.tiff").
|(3). Other settings|
|-r <register>||It is to register program.|
|-?||It is to open the help file.|
|DWG to IMAGE Command Line is very easy to be registered, it looks like the following.|
|dwgtotiff.exe -r "AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA"|
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