Convert VDW to JPG

VDW is the Visio Graphics Service file format that specifies the streams and storages required for rendering a Web drawing. A web drawing is a collection of drawing pages, shapes, fonts, images, data connections, and diagram update information that can be rendered as a vector or raster drawing. VDW files can be opened in Microsoft Visio as well but are primarily saved for use on the web.

Steps to convert VDW to JPG in C#

GroupDocs.Conversion allows developers to convert the VDW file to JPG format in an easy and intuitive way just using a few lines of code as described below:

  • Create an instance of Converter class and pass source VDW file path as a constructor parameter. You may specify absolute or relative file path as per your requirements.
  • Declare SavePageStream delegate, which should provide a stream to store converted page of VDW document.
  • Create an instance of ImageConvertOptions class and set Format property to GroupDocs.Conversion.FileTypes.ImageFileType.Jpg.
  • Call Converter class Convert method and pass the filename for the converted JPG file and the ImageConvertOptions object from the previous step as parameters.
// Load the source VDW file
using (Converter converter = new Converter("sample.vdw"))
{
    string outputFileTemplate = Path.Combine(outputFolder, "converted-page-{0}.jpg");
    GroupDocs.Conversion.Contracts.SavePageStream getPageStream = page => new FileStream(string.Format(outputFileTemplate, page), FileMode.Create);

    // Set the convert options for JPG format
    var options = new ImageConvertOptions { Format = GroupDocs.Conversion.FileTypes.ImageFileType.Jpg };   
    // Convert to JPG format
    converter.Convert(getPageStream, options);
}

Code Examples

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VDW to JPG Live Demo

GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET provides an online VDW to JPG converter, which allows you to try it for free and check conversion quality and accuracy.

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