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Convert GIF to EMF via C#

Transform GIF into EMF using native .NET APIs without needing any image editor or 3rd-party libraries.

How to Convert GIF to EMF Using C#

In order to convert GIF to EMF, we’ll use Aspose.Imaging for .NET API which is a feature-rich, powerful and easy to use document manipulation and conversion API for C# platform. Open NuGet package manager, search for Aspose.Imaging and install. You may also use the following command from the Package Manager Console.

Package Manager Console Command


PM> Install-Package Aspose.Imaging

Steps to Convert GIF to EMF via C#

Aspose.Imaging makes it easy for the developers to load & convert GIF files to EMF in just a few lines of code.

  1. Load GIF file with Image.Load method
  2. Create & set the instance of EmfOptions
  3. Call the Image.Save method
  4. Pass file path with EMF extension & object of EmfOptions class

System Requirements

Aspose.Imaging for .NET is supported on all major operating systems. Just make sure that you have the following prerequisites.

  • Microsoft Windows or a compatible OS with .NET Framework, .NET Core, Windows Application, ASP.NET Web Application.
  • Development environment like Microsoft Visual Studio.
  • Aspose.Imaging for .NET DLL referenced in your project.
 

Convert gif to emf - .NET

 
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    Free App to Convert GIF to EMF

    Check our live demos for GIF to EMF conversion with following benefits.

      No need to download or setup anything.
      No need to write any code.
      Just upload your GIF file and hit the "Convert" button.
      You will instantly get the download link for resultant EMF file.

    A cross-platform Imaging Library capable of processing the most common image formats along with DjVu, DICOM, WebP & DNG. The API can create, load, manipulate, convert & compress images as well as can transform images, perform filtering, dithering, masking and de-skewing. All with various memory optimization strategies.

    GIF What is GIF File Format

    A GIF or Graphical Interchange Format is a type of highly compressed image. Owned by Unisys, GIF uses the LZW compression algorithm that does not degrade the image quality. For each image GIF typically allow up to 8 bits per pixel and up to 256 colours are allowed across the image. In contrast to a JPEG image, which can display up to 16 million colours and fairly touches the limits of the human eye. Back when the internet emerged, GIFs remained the best choice because they required low bandwidth and compatible for the graphics that consume solid areas of colour. An animated GIF combines numerous images or frames into a single file and displays them in a sequence to generate an animated clip or a short video. The colour limitations are up to 256 for each frame and are likely to be the least suitable for reproducing other images and photographs with colour gradient.

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    emf What is emf File Format

    Enhanced metafile format (EMF) stores graphical images device-independently. Metafiles of EMF comprises of variable-length records in chronological order that can render the stored image after parsing on any output device. These variable-length records can be definitions of enclosed objects, commands for drawing, and graphics properties critical to render the image accurately. When a device opens an EMF metafile using its own graphics environment, the proportions, dimensions, colors and other graphic properties of original image remains same regardless of the opening device platform.

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    Other Supported Conversions

    You can also convert GIF into many other file formats including few listed below.

    GIF TO BMP (Bitmap Image)
    GIF TO DICOM (Digital Imaging & Communications)
    GIF TO JPEG (JPEG Image)
    GIF TO PDF (Portable Document Format)
    GIF TO PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
    GIF TO PSD (Adobe Photoshop Native Format)
    GIF TO SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics)
    GIF TO TIFF (Tagged Image Format)
    GIF TO WMF (Microsoft Windows Metafile)