Embrilliance Convert it! Mac Software
If you’ve been downloading or buying embroidery designs, you’re ready for Convert It, Mac.
It’s this simple; You can now view, unzip, colorize, print, thread convert and use those designs with your Mac!
And now Convert It, Mac comes with a copy of the Embrillance Thumbnailer included at no extra charge!
Even if you’re a digitizer, this is still the essential tool for you and all embroiderers:
If you have designs on your Mac, then you need to be able to find them, view them, see their colors and stitch counts, design dimensions, etc.
Imagine looking inside a zip file without opening it, viewing the design, it’s stitch count, it’s modification date, etc. and the thumbnail next to it shows the original art too!
To use it, simply drag the design to your USB stick, or to a machine, or write a Designer 1 disk or USB.
You’re ready to sew. Maybe you want to print a template? Colorize the design?
Convert it to a particular machine format?
These are jobs that every embroiderer does, no matter what their skill level.
Read and view all these embroidery formats (even in zips using Convert It, Mac!:
PES, PHC, PHD, PHB, PEC, HUS, SHV, VIP, VP3, PCS, JEF, JEF+, SEW, DST, TAP, EXP, EXP+, ART, ART42, ART50, ART60, ART70, EMB, JAN, EMD, XXX, CSD, GNC, CND, PCM, PCSMAC
Write these embroidery formats and do sew much more!
PES, HUS, SHV, VIP, VP3, PCS, PCM, PSCMAC, JEF, SEW, DST, TAP, EXP, EXP+, XXX
- Owners of Viking Designer 1 machines can write both floppy and USB sticks using a built-in CIM utility similar to your Disk manager program!
- Baby Lock, Brother and Janome machines which usually do not like Mac-written USB sticks will work with Convert It, Mac! This works because CIM can remove the hidden Mac OS files from the stick which often confuses those machines. This process is completely automatic. You won’t even know it is happening. Things just work!
- Displays related images.
Note: We often get asked if we can convert a JPEG or vector image into embroidery. But, there is no such thing as “conversion” from an image or vector file into embroidery. They are unrelated types of files. The concept is called ‘Auto Digitizing’ but no one has ever made it work very well. (Yet!) So, we are sorry, but Convert It, Mac is not an auto-digitizing program.