USR CONVERTIMAGEFILE(srcName$,srcRef%,¬ destName$,destRef%,newTypeIn&,newCreator&)
Revised June 2001 (Release 5)
Description - This function takes the picture information from one disk file and translates it into a different format. A new file is built with the correct file type and creator in the location that you determine. If the final four parameters are left blank, QuickTime will bring up a "Save As..." dialog so that you may specify the type of file, its name, and its location. The following example opens a graphic file and translates it into any specified format.
"Subs Image Files.Incl" gFBUseNavServices = _zTrue
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dim fName$,err dim @vRef% fName$ = files$(_fOpen, "Locate a picture",vRef%) long if fName$
err = USR CONVERTIMAGEFILE(fName$,vRef%,"",0,0,0)
end if Note: Before you can use this function, you must include it in your project with the following statement: include "Subs Image Files.Incl"
See Also USR IMAGEFILETOPICT, USR SAVEIMAGEFILEASPICT