How to convert Jpg (bmp, tiff, etc) to eps using VB.NET?

Hello,

I've managed to convert jpg to tiff, tiff to jpg using VB.net - which is great. However, I'm having problem convet a image (eg, tiff, jpg, gif, etc) to eps format.

There is not much info on the web about .Net processing eps image. Has anybody got any idea (or suggestions)?

Many Thanks
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TeddHansenCommented:
I just read (on a web page here the other day) that Word supports EPS - so there is an EPS filter somewhere in Office atleast... Probably not so helpful, but still :)
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ourselvesAuthor Commented:
thanks for the clue. If anybody has the link(s), it would be much appreciated.
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ourselvesAuthor Commented:
Anybody can shed light on this?
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ourselvesAuthor Commented:
Just increased the point and see if anyone of you can help. Cheers
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TeddHansenCommented:
Have you looked at ImageMagick library?
It's very powerful... http://www.imagemagick.org/script/index.php
I think there is a way of creating an object inside VB.Net (magick.Convert("image.jpg", "image.eps")), but if not you could use the command line interface: http://www.imagemagick.org/script/convert.php
Executing this external command in VB.Net: convert "image.jpg" "image.eps"
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ourselvesAuthor Commented:
Thanks. I'll have a look at i.
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