Navigation systems are becoming more and more widespread these days; and so are road maps for navigation devices. Most of road maps are saved in GIS formats that are standardly used for encoding geographical information. GIS formats include but are not limited to: AEP, GRD, ADF, ID, MIF, TAB, WOR, DNG, TOC, RT1, DEM, DLG, ECW, IMG and other formats. Today we'll show you how to convert AEP drawings to BMP images.
Thanks to Total GIS Converter by CoolUtils, you can efficiently convert AEP to BMP in a couple of clicks. To do this, you need to download a professional GIS converter. It will enable you to convert AEP to BMP in batch, take advantage of special options to achieve perfect results and, of course, save lots of time.
Once you have downloaded Total GIS Converter (a free 30-day trial version is available for evaluation purposes along with a fully functional paid version), you need to install it.
Having installed Total GIS Converter, launch it via GUI or command line. Professional users are recommended to use command line for quick and easy access. Beginning users will definitely find the intuitive interface of Total GIS Converter handy.
From the list of folders and files, select the folder containing the AEP files. Then, tick off the file(s) you want to convert into BMP.
Click on the 'BMP' button to set it as the target format. If you want to begin AEP-BMP conversion with the default settings, simply click 'Start!' in the new window.
Or, adjust the default settings by scaling the files, cutting large AEP files into several sections, resizing output files, and more.
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