How to convert svg to png in Linux?

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How to convert a svg image file to a high-quality png file in Linux?

inkscape works great with vector images (better than ImageMagikk’s convert).

Try this command to convert in.svg to a 1000×1000 png image:

inkscape -z -e out.png -w 1000 -h 1000 in.svg

Eric Ma

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2 comments

  1. -z -e have been deprecated

    inkscape always now seem to popup a GUI window in the most recent version. No way to rund from the cli silently anymore.

    Any other recommendations?

    1. inkscape –export-type=png in1.svg in2.svg in3.svg
      inkscape input.svg -w 1000 -h 1000 -o output.png
      More info is (now?) provided in inkscape –help

      I use Inkscape 1.2.
      And author is right, Inkscape exports SVG into raster formats better than ImageMagick’s convert which is terrible with SVG.

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