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PS to GIF converter

OnlineConvertFree provides free image conversion services without requiring any software installation. Easily convert your ps files to gif or any other format with just a few clicks.

How to convert ps to gif?

How to convert gif to ps?

Step 1

Upload art-file

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Step 2

Select «to jpg»

Choose jpg or any of the other 200+ supported formats you'd like to convert to.
Step 3

Download your jpg file

Please wait for the conversion to complete, then click on the download button to obtain your converted file in the jpg format.

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PostScript File

Extension.ps
Category🔵 images
Programs
🔵 Adobe Illustrator (Windows, Mac OS)
🔵 Adobe Acrobat (Windows, Mac OS)
🔵 Adobe Photoshop (Windows, Mac OS)
🔵 Adobe Photoshop Elements (Windows, Mac OS)
🔵 ACD Systems Canvas X (Windows)
🔵 ACD Systems ACDSee Photo Studio (Windows)
🔵 GSView (Windows, Linux)
🔵 GPL Ghostscript (Windows)
🔵 Apple Preview (Mac OS)
🔵 Evince (Linux)
Main program🔵 Adobe Photoshop
Description🔵 Files with the .ps extension were created between 1982 and 1984 by Doug Brotz, Bill Paxton, John Warnock, Ed Taft, Charles Geschke at Adobe Systems. Publishers commonly use PS files for their electronic and desktop publishing business. Before creating a PostScript format, it seemed impossible to print text and image on a single page, as we do today. PostScript files made it feasible for applications to communicate with printers, such that they could display both text and image simultaneously on a single page. The Apple LaserWriter, released in March 1985, was the first printer to sport the PostScript format, thus helping printing technologies scale the text-image hurdle and revolutionizing the publishing business.
Technical details🔵 Postscript was initially conceptualized as a computer programming language by John Gaffney; the file format was later developed. PostScript files are mostly created with applications like Adobe Acrobat or Quark Express. Though new file formats of similar and better functionalities have been made since PostScript, it is still supported by recent printer technologies, so the hardware's producer includes the device driver software structure. The average PS file functions more like a GPS, with instructions that supply the coordinates required by printheads to scribbling the right pixel of character at the right spot.
Developer🔵 Adobe Systems
MIME type
🔵 application/postscript
🔵 application/ps
🔵 application/x-postscript
🔵 application/x-ps
🔵 text/postscript
🔵 application/x-postscript-not-eps

CompuServe Graphics Interchange Format

Extension.gif
Category🔵 images
Programs
🔵 Adobe Photoshop
🔵 Apple Preview
🔵 Corel Paint Shop Pro
🔵 Microsoft Windows Photo Gallery Viewer
Description🔵 .xcf (eXperimental Computing Facility) The .xcf format is the native image file format of the GIMP software (GNU Image Manipulation Program). It's used for storing the entire composition including layers, channels, paths, and other elements that are part of a GIMP imageThe XCF format is designed to preserve all information GIMP can contain about an image; however, due to its specific nature, it's not widely supported outside of GIMP. For sharing, images in XCF format are often exported to more universally recognized formats like PNG or JPEG.
Technical details🔵 The GIF (Graphics Interchange Format), introduced by CompuServe in 1987, is a bitmap image format with these characteristics: - Color Limitation: Supports only 256 colors, making it suitable for graphics or logos but not for detailed photographs. - Animation Support: Stores multiple images for animated effects, popular for looping animations and web graphics. - Lossless Compression: Uses LZW compression, reducing file size without quality loss, effective for uniform color images. - Transparency Support: Allows background transparency in images. - Interlacing Option: Offers an interlaced format for quicker loading on slow connections. - Standardization: Original version (87a) in 1987, enhanced version (GIF89a) in 1989 with animation and transparency improvements. - Aspect Ratio: Lacks inherent aspect ratio support. - Applications: Commonly used online for animation and transparency, less so for high-quality photography due to color limits. - No Audio Support: Cannot embed sound. - Metadata: Limited metadata compared to formats like JPEG. - Browser Support: Broadly supported in web browsers and image viewers. - Patent Issues: LZW compression was patented, leading to controversy and PNG development; patent expired in 2003. - File Extensions: .gif or .GIF. Mainly used for web graphics, animations, and simple art, GIF is efficient for images with fewer colors but not ideal for detailed or high-quality images.
Developer🔵 CompuServe
MIME type
🔵 image/gif

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