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Total GIS Converter
Convert GIS files to TIFF, PNG, JPEG, BMP, PDF in batch.
With the Total GIS Converter users can convert GIS files in batch to a variety of other formats. Supported formats include: AEP, GRD, ADF, E00, FLT, APR, SHP, DXF, BT, TOC, RT1, DEM, DLG, ECW, IMG, DGF, GML, SID, MIF, TAB, WOR, DNG, DDF, BIL, TIF, JPEG, TTKPS, TTKGP, TTKLS, LFT, PFT, and TFT files. All of which can be converted to TIFF, PNG, JPEG, BMP or PDFformats. Available in both GUI and command line versions, this flexible tool provides you with the options needed to get the job done! Featuring a user-friendly interface, the Total GIS Converter is accessible to both beginners and advanced users alike.
Converts large GIS files and keep folder structure. It saves your time and effort. In addition you can use special options to achieve perfect results:
Total GIS Converter is powerful enough to convert any number of GIS files in batch. It can be run via user interface or command line. Download your free trial version now!
"I've only had a chance to use it once and it worked really well. Total GIS Converter processed several folders with GRD files and produced neat PNG images. I'll use it much more in the near future. Thank you!"
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