WMF Converter Pro

WMF Converter Pro 3.4

View and convert WMF and EMF images to PDF, EPS, TIFF, JPEG, PNG, BMP, Mac ICNs.
Open, render, and transform WMF (Windows Metafile) and EMF (Enhanced Metafile) images into vector formats like PDF, EPS and the raster ones, including TIFF, JPEG, PNG, BMP, JPEG-2000, and Mac ICNs. Modify photo colors and resolution and convert images in batches.

WMFConverter Pro is intended to solve the problem of using Microsoft’s WMF picture formats, which are not natively supported in macOS. The application can help you not only visualize the images but also convert them to other popular formats.

It has a straightforward interface, which nobody should have problems to use, even if it is the first time, which makes the accompanying help document almost unnecessary. The main window, or Document Window, has various panels with different functions. There is the File List, which allows browsing the imported files. Besides, there is a panel to set the export options, another in which the image is previewed and the Tools Area, from where such functions as importing, exporting, choosing an output format and folder as well as replacing a color can be accessed.

The tool lets you work with individual images as well as batches. You can start by importing the desired files, which can be previewed in different sizes. Then, you can simply choose a target format. Fortunately, both vector and raster formats are supported. Moreover, if you decide to export as a raster image, you can additionally set the desired DPI resolution. Finally, there is the possibility of picking a given color from the image and replacing it with another from the palette.

In general, WMFConverter Pro works just as described by its developer. It certainly solves a problem you may face if you need to use WMF images on Mac. However, you should know that there are other more versatile image converters, which support a wider range of input formats. The product can be tried at no cost but it leaves a watermark on the resulting images.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary


  • Supports converting to both vector and raster image formats
  • Replaces the desired color from the source image


  • Limited range of input formats
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