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    Conveting Pict pict files to JPG

    I'm trying to help out a fellow forum member with his scanning software. Mine runs on a G4 with OS 9.2. I've managed to take a number of windows captures, but they're in the Mac pict format. Does anyone know how to convert these to jpg format without having to pay for special software?

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    Re: Conveting Pict pict files to JPG

    I know in CS4 Photoshop I can save jpg to pict format. I run windows, so if you have PS4, see if 'save as' will help.

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    Re: Conveting Pict pict files to JPG

    Graphic converter, as its name implies, converts from just about any image format to just about any other:

    http://www.lemkesoft.com/content/193/key-features.html

    It's "annoy-ware." It's free if you don't mind it bugging you for payment every time you launch it which, if you'll just use it for a few files, is probably OK. If you're going to depend on it, pay the $20 (or 20 Euros).
    Flickriver (to avoid Flickr's annoying new format): http://www.flickriver.com/photos/drew_saunders/

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    Re: Conveting Pict pict files to JPG

    Thanks everyone. Unfortunately, I don't have CS4 yet. Drew, Graphic Convert works great. Thanks! I had tried two converters on my PC, but they didn't work well. I didn't even think of using a converter on the Mac. Duh!

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