Convert PS to WMF with our Python API Solution. This cutting-edge feature enables the smooth conversion of PS files to top-notch WMF images, offering unparalleled flexibility and adaptability for all your projects.


Aspose.Page API Solution for Pyton provides extensive support for PS file conversion, enabling you to effortlessly generate WMF images. Whether you're extracting graphics, diagrams, or illustrations from PS files, our solution guarantees precise rendering and outstanding image quality. Aspose.Page for PS to WMF converter facilitates the conversion of PostScript (PS) files to WMF images using Python 3.

This versatile API can also be used to develop applications like the Aspose.Page PS Converter or seamlessly integrated into your Python projects.

With its user-friendly interface and robust performance, our Python functionality for PS to WMF conversion is the preferred choice for developers, designers, and professionals in search of a dependable solution for their document processing requirements. Unleash the potential of your PS files and explore a myriad of possibilities with our adaptable API functionality.

In order to convert PS to WMF, we use:

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

  • To install our Python solution you may use the following command from the Console.

Console Command

    >pip install aspose-page

Steps to Convert PS to WMF via Python

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

  1. Load PS file in an instance of PsDocument via a stream
  2. Create and set instances of ImageSaveOptions and ImageDevice classes
  3. Call method with objects of ImageSaveOptions and ImageDevice as parameters

System Requirements

Aspose.Page for Python available now only for Windos x86 and x64. Libraries for Linux and MacOS will be released in 2024. Before start working Just make sure that you have the following prerequisites:

  • Microsoft Windows, Python 3.6 or above
  • Development environment like PyCharm or Microsoft Visual Studio with Python IDE installed.
  • Get the latest version of Aspose.Page for Python via .NET from or Aspose.Downloads .

PS to WMF Python Conversion

    # initialize PostScript input stream

    # load PS document
    document = PsDocument(ps_stream)

    # create an instance of WMFSaveOptions
    options = new WMFSaveOptions();
    # create rendering device for PS format
    device = ImageDevice(image_format)
    # save PS as WMF, options);

PS to WMF Conversion Web Application


1. Can I convert PS to WMF?

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

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

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.

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.

WMF What is WMF File Format

Windows Metafile or WMF is an image file created to save vector graphics. To be more accurate, WMF belongs to the vector file format category of Graphics file formats that is device independent. As EMF this format also contains metafile records that store drawing operations and commands to save the proportions and properties of the image no matter what platform or environment you use.