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Portable Network Graphics (PNG)

Png file format is a comparatively new progressive format originally designed to replace dated Gif. Use the following parameters to adjust settings of this format:


Bpp parameter specifies the number of bits used to transfer colors of one pixel. Its allowed values are:

The default value is: 24.


-convertto png bpp:48


Quant parameter reduces the number of distinct colors used in an image while preserving visual image quality. Quant parameter can accept a whole number from 0 to 8.

The default value is: 8.


-convertto png quant:4


Dither is a form of noise, or 'erroneous' signal or data which is added to sample data to minimize quantization error. Dither parameter can accept two values: yes and no.

The default value is: yes.


-convertto png dither:no


Compression parameter specifies compression level of the output image. It can accept whole numbers from 0 to 9 (default - 5). The default value is: 5.


-convertto png compression:3

general example

ICPCL.exe -convertto png bpp:32 compression:8 quant:2 dither:no -source "C:\Original files" -dest "C:\Converted files"


  1. Quant parameter should only be used if bpp parameter is set to 1, 4 or 8 bpp.


    ICPCL.exe -convertto png bpp:8 quant:3 -source "C:\Original files" -dest "C:\Converted files"
  2. Dither parameter should only be used if bpp parameter is set to 1, 4 or 8 bpp.


    ICPCL.exe -convertto png bpp:8 dither:no -source "C:\Original files" -dest "C:\Converted files"

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