Metafile is a generic term for a file format that can store several types of data and usually contains graphic file formats. Windows Metafiles (WMF) and Enhanced Metafiles (EMF) are part of the core Windows shell templates. If you want to use them on the web, Unix, Linux, Mac or applications, you need to convert them to META FLY so amazingly!
Metafiles are everywhere
You see them on the screen, in software programs as well as behind the scenes in the GDI display and print code that drives the Windows application. When you copy a drawing to the clipboard from PowerPoint, for example, it is stored as Metafile. You can save or export metafiles in most Windows graphics applications. Both formats are used to save, exchange and publish drawings, diagrams, maps, charts, plots, forms and reports across the Windows platform. WMF and EMF are not widely supported outside of the Windows environment. Web pages, for example can not display metafiles. Other environments that lack support for viewing or authoring Metafiles are UNIX, CAD, XML and PS / PDF print production systems. They require their graphics to be in different formats. META FLY is the bridge between Windows and all of these other environments.
Use META FLY on your desktop to convert WMF and EMF to all industry-standard formats. Convert just one file as easily as multiple files or complete directories. Server versions and developer SDK versions are also available.
A key feature of the software META FLY:
- the Mac it lay or extract meta files from applications graphics of Windows
- a meta files to formats supported in the specialized software, Web, Unix, Linux, Mac
- Convert WMF and EMF to other standard formats
- Easy to use interface
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- OS : Windows (32-bit and 64-bit OS in 32-bit compatibility mode)
- Install the software.
- Contain the contents of the Cracked exe folder at the software installation location. * Copy and replace the previous file (s).
- Run the software.
* Software installation location: The installation location folder is usually located in the Windows drive and within the Program Files folder. You can also find the installation location in this way:
- In Windows XP: After installation, right-click on the shortcut in the Start menu and click Properties, and then click Find Target.
- In Windows 7: After installation, right-click on the shortcut in the Start menu and click on the Open file location option.
- In Windows 8: After installation, right-click on the Shortcut on the Start Screen and click on the Open file location option, in the window that opens, right-click on the shortcut of the software and click Open file location click.
- On Windows 10: After installation, right-click Shortcut on the Start menu and click on the Open file location option, in the window that opens, right-click on the Shortcut software and click on the Open file location button. do.