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July 07, 2017, 10:19:55 pm #1 Last Edit: July 07, 2017, 10:50:33 pm by EmbroideryShristi
If you are looking for converting embroidery design in to image file then this article is for you. Here we will suggest how to convert your embrodiery files to Image. Yes, you can convert the embroidery files in to Image at free of cost using Wilcom Truesizer and My Editor. The Good News is that both the software are avaialble at free of cost. Refer below article to know how to convert embroidery files to Image



       
  • First of all if you do not have the wilcom truesizer or My Editor then first download the same from here. Wilcom Truesizer and My Editor

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  • If you are looking for how to export to image using Wilcom Truesizer then check out this article on 'How to take snapshot using Wilcom Truesizer?'

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  • Follow the below steps to export embroidery files to image using My Editor



       
  • Login to My Editor

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  • Open Embroidery Design Files

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  • Select 3D Perview of the Design ( if required)

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  • Go Export Option as shown in below image

http://img.techshristi.com/images/embroideryshristi/Export_to_Image_using_my_editor_digitizing_software.png
Export to Image using My Editor
          5. Select appropriate option like Image Format, Include Fabric or not etc.
http://img.techshristi.com/images/embroideryshristi/My_Editor_Digitizing_Software_Save_as_Screen.jpg
Export to Image using My Editor
                 6.Select 'Save as' location and click on Save button

That's all. Now you Embroidery Design will get the export to Image files as per your setting.

Of course, since you had selected 3D view the size of the design will be very large. To reduce the same without losing the quality you need to use the 'Resize Image' software. To know how to resize the image file refer below article


Resize Image Size of the Embroidery Design

Now, your turn. If you know some other ways to export embroidery design to image file then please do share with me here in this post.

Video Tutorial on Embroidery Design export to Image


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July 07, 2017, 10:19:55 pm #1 Last Edit: July 07, 2017, 10:50:33 pm by EmbroideryShristi

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