How to Convert JPG to PostScript?

Despite JPG being a nearly ubiquitous image format, it is often necessary to convert JPG files to PostScript (PS) for inclusion in other documents. This can be done with the utility SuperGeek Free JPG to PDF Converter, which is available on several platforms. The output PostScript is standards-compliant and works fine just about anywhere. Now, download and install SuperGeek Free JPG to PDF Converter to convert JPG to PostScript.

Easy Steps are Here:

1. Select "PostScript" as the output format. (If you need a file for easy document sharing without concerning about the platforms, choose "Adobe PDF".)

Select Output Format

2. Click "Browse..." to select output directory. Choose proper paper size from A0/A1/A2/A3/A4/A5/A6, B5, letter (8.5" × 11"), Legal (8.5" × 14"), ledger (17" × 11")and 11" × 17". File compression can be also easily chosen from its drop-down menu: RLE, G3Fax, G4Fax and JPEG.

Specify Output Settings

3. Click "New Page from File" to choose an image and click "Open". (The program supports image file formats like TIF, GIF, PCX, BMP, PSD, PNG, ICO, etc.) Click "Next" and the JPG to PS conversion is finished immediately. The converted file will be automatically renamed if the output directory has a previous file with the same name.

Add JPG Files and Get the Converted File