HEIC, WEBp, and AVIF Conversion – New Features for DCS

New features for DCS include HEIC WEBp AVIF Conversion

We are happy to announce our latest release of Document Conversion Service. With this update, our software now supports HEIC, WebP, and AVIF conversion, as well as many other new image formats. Our dedicated team of developers has been hard at work, listening to your feedback and implementing the most requested enhancements. These new features are part of the Document Conversion Service and do not need any extra third-party applications installed.

HEIC, WebP, and AVIF Conversion

HEIC, WebP, and AVIF images have become popular in recent years. Their small file size and impressive visual quality have driven their popularity. However, their compatibility with various devices and software applications may sometimes pose challenges. Our new update removes these barriers by empowering you to convert these popular file formats into more widely supported alternatives.

Converting to PDF

The conversion of HEIC, WebP, and AVIF images to PDF files opens up a world of possibilities. PDF files are widely used for document management, archiving, and file sharing. PDF (Portable Document Format) is a versatile file format. It retains the integrity of your images while offering many additional benefits. Compatibility with multiple devices, secure data encryption, and a standardized layout that preserves your visual content exactly as intended are just a few of them.

Converting to TIFF

The ability to convert HEIC, WebP, and AVIF images to TIFF brings added flexibility and compatibility to your workflow. TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) is known for its lossless compression and high-quality image representation. It is the preferred choice in industries like printing, publishing, and graphic design, with TIFF images you can seamlessly integrate your images into professional projects without loss of detail or color accuracy.

Updated Built-In Image Conversion

In today’s fast-paced digital world, the way we capture, edit, and share images has evolved significantly. As technology advances, so do our expectations for higher-quality visuals and more efficient file formats.

Our developers have enhanced the image conversion capabilities from the ground up for this release. The focus was on new image formats, conversion speed, and image fidelity. In addition to HEIC, WebP, and AVIF, support for many raw camera formats and image formats popular on Linux, MAC, and other platforms have been added.

We understand the importance of efficiency in your workflow where every second counts. That’s why we’ve made significant improvements to the speed of image conversion when rotating and manipulating images. We’ve also improved our detection of portrait and landscape orientation for images.

After speed, file size is always the next concern. Converting images from one format to another, and from one resolution to another can affect file size. For resolution-independent images, this sometimes led to very large files on disk. This latest update recognizes these images and ensures that they are created at the proper file size.

Until Next Time!

That’s all the news for now. We’re always happy to get feedback and suggestions for current and additional features so let us know what you think. We have many new features planned so stay tuned for more updates!