EPS to PS

Convert EPS to PS via API Solution for C++.

 

Aspose.Page for EPS to PS converter offers conversion of Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) file to PS image with using of any language supported by C++.

The API you see here can be used to create your own cross-platform application or be integrated into your C++ project.

In order to convert XPS to PS:

  • Aspose.Page for C++ API which is a feature-rich, powerful and easy to use document manipulation and conversion API for C++ platform.

  • You can download its latest version directly, just open NuGet package manager, and search for Aspose.Page.Cpp and install. You may also use the following command from the Package Manager Console.

Package Manager Console Command


    PM> Install-Package Aspose.Page

Steps to Convert EPS to PS using C++

Aspose.Page makes it easy for the developers to load and convert EPS files to PS in just a few lines of code.

  1. Load EPS file with Aspose.Page for C++.
  2. Call the Save() method.
  3. Pass the output file path with (PS) file extension.
  4. PS file will be saved at the specified path so it in compatible program.

System Requirements

Aspose.Page for C++ supports all major platforms and Operating Systems. Please make sure that you have the following prerequisites:

  • Microsoft Windows desktop (XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10), server operating systems (2003, 2008, 2012), etc.
  • Microsoft Visual C++ version 2017 or higher.

EPS to PS C++ Conversion

    System::SharedPtr<System::Drawing::Imaging::ImageFormat> imageFormat = System::Drawing::Imaging::ImageFormat::get_PS();

    System::SharedPtr<System::IO::FileStream> epsStream = System::MakeObject<System::IO::FileStream>(u"sourceFile.eps", System::IO::FileMode::Open, System::IO::FileAccess::Read);

    System::SharedPtr<EPSDocument> document = System::MakeObject<EpsDocument>(epsStream);

    // If you want to convert Postscript file despite of minor errors set this flag
    bool suppressErrors = true;

    //Initialize options object with necessary parameters.
    System::SharedPtr<ImageSaveOptions> options = System::MakeObject<ImageSaveOptions>(suppressErrors);

    System::SharedPtr<Aspose::Page::EPS::Device::ImageDevice> device = System::MakeObject<Aspose::Page::EPS::Device::ImageDevice>();

	    auto __finally_guard_0 = ::System::MakeScopeGuard([&epsStream]()
	    {
		    psStream->Close();
	    });

	    try{
		    document->Save(device, options);
	    }catch (...){
		    throw;
	    }
    System::ArrayPtr<System::ArrayPtr<uint8_t>> imagesBytes = device->get_ImagesBytes();
    //loop through each imagesBytes and write via file stream

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FAQ

1. Can I convert EPS to PS?

Aspose.Page solution has functionality that allows you to convert EPS files to other formats online or programmatically. If you need to transform EPS to PS instantly online you may like to use EPS Converter cross-platform application.

2. Can I find more detailed informationon how to convert EPS to PS?

Go to the Documentation chapter to find the information like Developer Guide, Release Notes, and many more about Page Description Languages. Visit our GitHub project to see the code examples for using the solution.

3. Is the functionality free?

The cross-platform converters are free, when for the API solution you can get a free Trial and then buy the product if needed.

EPS What is EPS File Format

EPS (ERSF) or Encapsulated PostScript File Format is the format that is actually a PS program that describes what would a single page look like. It is actually limited PS plus particular notes that help encapsulate PostScript graphics to another document. EPS perfectly supports vector graphics or combined vector-raster graphics. The peculiarity of the format is that as soon as it is imported into a document, it cannot be edited anymore. That is one of the reasons to convert this format to the one you are able to work with.

PS What is PS File Format

PS format is one of the page description language (PDL) formats. It is capable to contain graphic as well as text information on the page. That is why the format was supported by most of the programs for image editing. The postscript file itself is a kind of instruction for printers. It contains information on what and how to print from its page.