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Convert MD to Image via C#

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Convert MD to Image Using C#

In order to convert MD to Image, we’ll use Aspose.HTML for .NET API which is a feature-rich, powerful and easy to use document manipulation and conversion API for the C# platform. Conversions from Markdown to other formats go through the Markdown to HTML conversion stage. .NET developers can easily load & convert MD to Image in just a few lines of code. Powerful C# API allows you to convert MD to popular formats quickly and in high quality!


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Test the quality of MD to Image conversion right in your browser! It’s fast, easy, secure and completely free! The following C# example demonstrates how to convert an MD document. We describe the source code for reading MD from a file and then converting MD to raster Image with default saving options. Please load MD from the local file system, select the output format and run the example. You will immediately get the result as a separate file.

Steps to Convert MD to Image in C#

  1. Specify a path to a source Markdown file.
  2. Convert Markdown to HTML. Use the ConvertMarkdown(sourcePath) method to save Markdown as an HTML document.
  3. Create a new ImageSaveOptions object and specify ImageFormat. By default, the Format property is PNG.
  4. Use the ConvertHTML() method to render the intermediary HTML document to an Image. You need to pass the HTMLDocument, ImageSaveOptions, and output file path to the ConvertHTML() method.

MD to Image Conversion in Documentation

Markdown is a generally well-accepted markup language that is often used as a format for documentation and readme files. Using Aspose.HTML .NET library, you can convert Markdown to image formats such as JPG, PNG, GIF, TIFF, and BMP via C#. Please visit the documentation article Convert Markdown to Image to learn more about the API conversion features and to consider C# examples for the most common MD to Image conversion scenarios. In the article, you will find information on how to convert Markdown to Image using ConvertMarkdown() methods and how to apply ImageSaveOptions.


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FAQ

1. Why convert MD in C#?

Converting between formats is required for various reasons: to work in a familiar, convenient format or to take advantage of different formats for specific tasks. Sometimes MD files may not be compatible with some software, and you need to convert them to another file format to open and read them.

2. What other file formats can I convert MD to?

Aspose.HTML API provides a wide range of MD conversions to popular formats, such as PDF, XPS, DOCX, JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, GIF, and more.

3. What formats does Aspose.HTML support?

Out-of-the-box we support HTML, XHTML, SVG, EPUB, MHTML and Markdown documents. As a part of mentioned documents, we also support CSS, JavaScript, XPath and HTML5 Canvas specifications.

How to Install Aspose.HTML for .NET library

You can use several ways to install the Aspose.HTML library for .NET on your system:

  1. Install a NuGet Package using the NuGet Package Manager GUI.
  2. Install a NuGet Package using the Package Manager Console.
  3. Install Aspose.HTML for .NET through MSI.

This library supports parsing of HTML5, CSS3, SVG and HTML Canvas to construct a Document Object Model (DOM) based on the WHATWG DOM Standard. Aspose.HTML for .NET is written completely in C# and can be used to build any type of 32-bit or 64-bit .NET application including ASP.NET, WCF, WinForms & .NET Core. Before running the .NET conversion example code, make sure that you have OS like Microsoft Windows or a compatible with .NET Framework or .NET Standard, and the development environment like Microsoft Visual Studio. For more details about C# library installation and system requirements, please refer to Aspose.HTML Documentation.

MD What is MD File Format

Markdown is a lightweight markup language designed to indicate formatting in plain text. MD files use Markdown language that was proposed and developed by John Gruber. They include inline text characters that determine how text is formatted, such as indentation, table formatting, fonts, and headings. Its design allows it to be easily converted to many output formats, but initially, it was created to convert only to HTML. Markdown is often used as a format for documentation and readme files since it allows writing in an easy-to-read and easy-to-write style. In addition, MD files can be converted to HTML, MD or images to take advantage of other formats for specific tasks.

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Image What is Image File Format

There are two main types of digital image files — raster and vector. Popular types of raster images include JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, and GIF file formats. A bitmap is a two-dimensional array that maps colors to pixels at a particular location. A raster image is a much larger file than a vector one. Raster formats are suitable for photographs or pictures with color gradients. But one of their main disadvantages is losing quality when scaling. Because the pixel number is fixed, raster images can become distorted or blurry when resized to fill a bigger or smaller space. Increasing the size of an image with too few pixels can cause pixelation, which isn’t usually desirable.

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Other Supported MD Conversions

You can also convert MD to many other file formats:

MD TO PDF (Portable Document Format)
MD TO DOCX (Microsoft Word)
MD TO XPS (XML Paper Specifications)
MD TO BMP (Bitmap Image)
MD TO IMAGE (Image formats)
MD TO JPEG (JPEG Image)
MD TO GIF (Graphical Interchange Format)
MD TO PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
MD TO TIFF (Tagged Image Format)
MD TO HTML (HyperText Markup Language)