How to convert EPS to PDF:

  • Step 1: Start the conversion by uploading your EPS file to our uploader on the right side. Just drag or drop your file, or you can simply click on it.
  • Step 2: The file conversion from EPS to PDF will start automatically and will be complete within just a few seconds.
  • Step 3: Once the conversion has been completed, you will see the download button. Click on it to download your PDF document file.



The EPS Format

EPS or Encapsulated Postscript is a graphics file for the vector image file format. The vector image file format is associated with Adobe Systems and is a high-resolution image file format. There are many graphic editing programs that support this file format which follows document structuring conventions, so its operating system is independent. It also contains generic postscript printing commands. It's a file format for storing graphical vector file images that are widely used in Adobe Illustrator and other software for processing vector graphics EPS can have a Binary or ASCII. It can contain 2D vector graphics and text ext. It's also applied as a convenient format for transmitting images among several programs or operating systems.

The PDF Format

A PDF is a document file format that contains text, images, data etc. This document-type operating system is independent. It's an open standard that compresses document and vector graphics. It can be viewed in any web browser but some browsers may need a PDF plug-in installed to view this document. PDF formats are just electronic documents that were created and designed by Adobe Systems that use some language postscripts. It's the official program that is widely used for viewing documents. Most commonly, PDF files are combinations of text and vector graphics, and also text forms, scripts that were written using Javascript, and other types of items. A PDF is a universal file format which makes it one of the most commonly used file types today. The reason that PDF files are so widely used by many and are popular is that they can preserve the original document formatting. All PDF files always look identical, no matter what device or operating system.