PostScript format, which is also oftentimes referred to as PS, is used for storing image files. They may contain not only standard graphics, but also vector graphics, raster graphics, and text. PS files can be either printed directly by a PostScript printer or processed in other applications, all of which are truly expensive. PS format is supported by Adobe Illustrator CS5, Adobe Acrobat X Pro, Adobe Photoshop CS5, Adobe Photoshop Elements 10, ACD Systems Canvas 12, ACDSee Photo Manager 14, GSView or GPL Ghostscript.
A goof way of making PS files more accessible is to export them into another format. SVG, or Scalable Vector Graphics, is a format that can be easily processed in lots of Adobe applications, Corel software, and even such programs as Microsoft Visio 2010, Serif DrawPlus X5, Inkscape and CADSoftTools.
To convert PS into SVG, consider downloading Total PDF to DXF Converter by CoolUtils. This tool is unique when it comes to converting PS to SVG in batch. Thanks to batch conversion mode, you can process up to 15000 files in only a few minutes. Also, this CoolUtils converter is great if you want to not only convert PS to SVG in batch, but also to export files into other formats. They are PDF, EPS, EPI and PRN as input formats, and DFX, SVG, CGM, and HPG as output formats.