Aspose.Imaging API is an image processing solution to create, modify, draw or convert images with in applications. Aspose.Imaging for .NET is a fast API for Image processing, including but not limited to image conversions and manipulations such as drawing, working with graphic primitives, image transformations, export and conversion to multiple formats. Its a standalone library and does not depend on any software for image operations. One can easily add high performance image conversion feature with native APIs within C# .NET projects. These are 100% private on premise APIs and files are processed at your own servers.
A basic conversion with Aspose.Imaging for .NET APIs can be done with just few lines of code. Our APIs are supported on all major platforms and Operating Systems. Before executing the code below, please make sure that you have the following prerequisites on your system.
Aspose.Imaging makes it easy for the developers to convert the CDR file to JPEG in few lines of code.
// load the CDR file to be converted var document = new Aspose.Imaging.Imag.Load("My File.cdr"); // Create Instance of JPEG Options JpegOptions options = new JpegOptions(); // save CDR as a JPEG document.Save("Saved File.jpeg", options);
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