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    • How to Convert JPG to Vector

      The problem with traditional 2D graphics image types such as JPG, GIF, and PNG is that image quality is lost when zooming inward on the picture. A vector image is created using equations that describe the respective image as objects. As a result, they scale more gracefully when enlarged. There are two methods to convert

    • How to Convert AVI to WMV

      How to Convert AVI to WMV

      The AVI (Audio Video Interleave) format is a higher-end video format first developed by the Microsoft Corporation. The format is minimally compressed resulting in high video quality, but large file sizes. The WMV (Windows Media Video) file format is supported on a greater number of software platforms and saves disc space when saving video content.

    • How to Convert JPG to Text

      There are two primary reasons that computer users will convert a JPG file to text: 1 – To convert a text document that has been saved as an image back to text format for editing and 2 – To Add a JPG image to a rich text file or document. Since the JPG image format

    • How to Convert iTunes to MP3

      How to Convert iTunes to MP3

      A large number of consumers have digital music purchased through or uploaded to the iTunes multimedia player on Mac and Windows computers. Unfortunately, the native iTunes format, AAC, for music files is not compatible with many non-Apple brands of MP-3 player. As a result, a common task that arises for end-users is to convert iTunes

    • How to Convert MP3 to WAV

      The MP3 (Moving Pictures Experts Group) audio file format is compressed in order to allow playback and exchange over the Internet and other size constrained media. Although most audio playback devices and software support the MP3 format, the WAV (Waveform audio) format is uncompressed and capable of storing more detail when further manipulating audio files.

    • How to Convert MP4 to AVI

      How to Convert MP4 to AVI

      The MP4 container is commonly used on YouTube, portable video players, and iDevices to transport or wrap video files in a web-friendly format. Many digital video players; however, do not support MP4 or M4V encoded files and require the videos be converted to AVI format for successful playback. As a result, using a free or

    • How to Open RAR Files on Mac

      How to Open RAR Files on Mac

      Developed by a Russian software developer Eugene Roshal RAR stands for “Roshal Archive”, and represents a proprietary archive file format with support for data compression, error recovery and file spanning (archiving a single file within multiple packages). You can recognize a RAR archive by a .rar file extension. If the archive comes in multiple files

    • How to Convert a Publisher Document to Word

      How to Convert a Publisher Document to Word

      Microsoft Publisher is a Microsoft Office product that allows users to create brochures, flyers, calendars, newsletters, and more. Microsoft Publisher saves time and money by allowing the user to design professional products without graphical design experience. In addition to inserting text, uploading pictures, and sizing content, Microsoft Publisher includes templates that allow the user to

    • How to Convert PDF to PowerPoint

      How to Convert PDF to PowerPoint

      PDF (Portable Document Format) is the extension for a document file that allows users to interact with the file’s pages and content. It is the most commonly used file for eBooks and manuals because the viewer has the option of jumping to a specific page or chapter. Likewise, PDF files give the author the ability

    • How to Convert M4A to MP3

      How to Convert M4A to MP3

      When the MP4 multimedia standard was first adopted by industry, a common issue that arose (and still exists today) for software and hardware developers was determining if the file was an audio or video format. As a result, Apple created the .M4A file extension to allow iDevices to determine what type of MP4 file was.

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