Metafile to HTML Convertor

Does anyone know of a Enhanced Metafile to HTML convertor?
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Sorry, no such creature exists that can be implemented to a html page.  Besides, the only way I know of is to export the EMF to a .BMP file, you will then have to do the migration to a .gif or .jpg

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CalvinDayAuthor Commented:
Is there a Metafile to jpeg or gif convertor?
Not that I know of, the only thing I found was a EMF to BMP converter that ran inside of an existing application.
You could convert EMF to SVG.  But the general problem of converting EMF or SVG or PDF to html is very hard in the generic case as HTML is much much more of a "text flow" format.  I'm sure with tables and div and other fancy markup you might be able to get close.  But if you can restrict the EMF contents sufficiently you could get reasonable EMF to HTML conversion using a custom interpreter for the files.
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