Supported Formats

What Do You Get?

Output File Formats

With DocuFreezer, you can convert your files to:

PDF, Portable Document Format (.pdf), created by Adobe Systems Inc., is one of the most universal file formats on the Internet. It is used to create and present documents across multiple devices, systems, and platforms. With its ability to preserve data in its original form, PDF ensures that the file doesn't lose its visual quality after being sent to another person. This media container is very widespread since PDF files can be opened on most devices and different operating systems. PDFs are used to exchange a wide range of data which can be contained within a single file: texts, images, spreadsheets, diagrams, email messages and more.
TXT, Plain text (.txt, .text) file is a standard text document which contains basic text with minimum formatting. It is recognized by any text editor or word processing program and is also supported by most other types of software. *.txt files are used for storing data in plain text without special formatting, however, they have basic fonts and font styles. This format is usually used to write notes, instructions, pieces of code and other documents in a basic way.
JPEG (.jpg, .jpeg), named after The Joint Photographic Experts Group who invented it, is a popular type of image which is usually stored in the JFIF (JPEG File Interchange Format) file format. JPEG applies certain compression to images, which can lead to a significant reduction in file size – consuming less space on your hard drive compared to most other image types. Different levels of compression can be applied during file conversion to JPEG, and they affect the visual quality of the resulting file. Thanks to their small size, JPG files are perfect for publishing photos and images online.
PNG, Portable Graphics Format (.png) is one of the most popular uncompressed raster image formats out there, which is usually a small type file that maintains good quality. It supports a wide range of colors and different degrees of transparency. PNGs are generally larger than GIFs or JPEGs but have a few pros compared to other image types, such as the ability to display transparent backgrounds. They are perfect for graphics like logos, charts, illustrations, and infographics.
TIFF, Tagged Image File Format (.tiff, .tif) is one of the most common graphic image formats which can store multiple layered images under a single file and can handle color depths ranging from 1-bit to 24-bit. TIFF files can be lossy or lossless. It depends on the compression algorithms applied, such as LZW compression method. This flexible image format is commonly used in scanning, faxing, publishing, printing, photography, and various imaging applications.

What Do We Convert?

Input File Formats

DocuFreezer converts most of the supported file types only by its own internal processing core. In other words, you don't need any additional software. However, to convert certain types of files, DocuFreezer will need additional software. Since you already have these documents, it is likely that you already have the appropriate application installed. Please refer to the “Required software” column to find out exactly which software you will need for each file type.

ExtensionDescriptionRequired software
BMP, DIBBitmap ImageInternal engine
CDRCorelDrawCorelDraw
CGMComputer Graphics MetafileCorelDraw
CSVComma-Separated Values CSVMicrosoft Excel or Apache OpenOffice
DCXDCX ImageInternal engine
DOC, DOCXMicrosoft Word DocumentMicrosoft Office (2003 or newer) or Apache OpenOffice or Libre Office
DOT, DOTX, DOCMMicrosoft Word DocumentMicrosoft Office (2003 or newer) or Apache OpenOffice or Libre Office
DFTSolid Edge DrawingSolid Edge
DWG, DXFAutodesk AutoCAD DrawingInternal engine
DWF, DWFXDesign Web FormatAutodesk Design Review
EMFEnhanced MetafileInternal engine
EML, MSGAttachments and email headersInternal engine
GIFGIF ImageInternal engine
HP, HPG, HPGLHewlett-Packard Graphics Language for printersInternal engine
HTM, HTMLHTML DocumentInternal engine
JPG, JPEG, JFIF, JBIG, JBGJpeg ImageInternal engine
MHT, MHTMLHTML DocumentInternal engine
MPPMicrosoft Project fileMicrosoft Project 2010 or newer
ODT, ODS, ODP, ODG, ODFApache OpenOffice / Libre Office DocumentApache OpenOffice or Libre Office
PCXPcx ImageMicrosoft Office (97 or newer) or Apache OpenOffice or Libre Office
PDFPortable Document FormatInternal engine or Acrobat or Acrobat Reader
PNGPng ImageInternal engine
PPT, PPTXMicrosoft PowerPoint PresentationMicrosoft Office (97 or newer) or Apache OpenOffice or Libre Office
PPS, PPSXMicrosoft PowerPoint PresentationMicrosoft Office (2003 or newer) or Apache OpenOffice or Libre Office
PS, EPSPost ScriptGostScript
PSDAdobe Photoshop ImageInternal engine
PUBMicrosoft Publisher PublicationMicrosoft Office (97 or newer) or Apache OpenOffice or Libre Office or Wordpad
RTFRich Text DocumentMicrosoft Office (97 or newer) or Apache OpenOffice or Libre Office or Wordpad
SVGScalable Vector GraphicApache OpenOffice
SWFSmall web formatInternal engine
TGATga ImageMicrosoft Office (2007 SP2 or newer) or Apache OpenOffice or Libre Office
TIF, TIFFTiff ImageInternal engine
TXT, TEXT, JAVAText DocumentInternal engine
VSD, VSDXMicrosoft Visio DrawingMicrosoft Visio 2010 or newer
WMFWindows MetafileInternal engine
WPC, WPDWord Perfect DocumentMicrosoft Office 2007 Service Pack 2 or newer
XLS, XLSXMicrosoft Excel SpreadsheetMicrosoft Office (2007 Service Pack  or newer) or Apache OpenOffice or Libre Office
XLSM, XLSBMicrosoft Excel SpreadsheetMicrosoft Office (2007 SP2 or newer) or Apache OpenOffice or Libre Office
XMLXML filesMicrosoft Office (2007 SP2 or newer) or Apache OpenOffice or Libre Office
XPS, OXPSMicrosoft XPS DocumentInternal engine
ZIP, RAR, 7zArchiveInternal engine
ZPLZebra ZPL fileInternal engine

Didn't find your format?

We are continually increasing the number of formats supported by DocuFreezer. If you have filetypes you need to work with, but are not recognized by our program, please contact us about it. We will consider adding them in a future version.