Metafile to HTML or JPEG Convertor

Does anyone know of a EMF to HTML or JPeg convertor?
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CalvinDayAuthor Commented:
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edeyCommented:
could you not use a TPicture to load the metafile & "assign" it to a TJPEGImage?


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TheNeilCommented:
You can't save it as HTML as HTML isn't an image format.

What you need to do is this:

PROCEDURE WMF2JPEG(Name_In, Name_Out : STRING);
VAR
  MetaFile   : TMetaFile;
  Test_BMP   : TBitmap;
  JPeg       : TJPEGImage;
  FileStream : TFileStream;
BEGIN
  MetaFile := TMetaFile.Create;
  MetaFile.LoadFromFile(name_in);

  Test_BMP := TBitmap.Create;
  Test_BMP.Width := 100;
  Test_BMP.Height := 100;
  Test_BMP.Canvas.StretchDraw(RECT(0, 0, Test_BMP.Width, Test_BMP.Height), MetaFile);

  JPeg := TJPEGImage.Create;
  FileStream := TFileStream.Create(name_out, fmCreate);

  JPeg.Assign(Test_BMP);
  JPeg.SaveToStream(FileStream);
  JPeg.Free;
  FileStream.Free;

  MetaFile.Free;
  Test_BMP.Free;
END;

There are probably neater and shorter ways to do this but it works.

The Neil
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CalvinDayAuthor Commented:
>There are probably neater and shorter ways to do this but it works.

It sure does.

Thanks, Calvin
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