Convert HTM to JPEG Command Line

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Converting web pages to single images is not a standard feature. But you can make it available to all users of your local network or web application. Total HTML ConverterX is a server HTM converter able to export HTM pages to a wide range of formats, including image file types, such as:

JPG

TIFF

PNG

This converter can be also used for converting HTM pages to various text and table formats, so it practically covers any need in web pages conversion. To convert HTM to JPEG command line should be used. Working on a web server, the program can execute conversion requests from multiple users. To make it convert your files, you just need to send a command via command line. The required parameters include:

Address of HTM sources

Destination address

Target format

Format settings

The last one is optional, just in case you need to layout JPEG copies in a specific way. For this HTM JPEG converter no GUI is made, but it can be integrated into any server application, so that users would be able to convert files via graphic interface. JPEG converting parameters help to optimize the copies to look as you wish. For instance, you can adjust graphic quality that can reduce the file size. For data protection a watermark can be applied to JPEG copies. When you convert HTM to JPEG via command line all these settings should be specified in the command. Otherwise Total HTML ConverterX will convert files with default settings, simply creating exact JPEG copies of the highest quality.

Total HTML ConverterX can be available online as a web app, if you integrate converting features into a web service. To port HTM JPEG converter ActiveX technology should be used. Try it for free, download a trial version here.

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