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Question by Eve
Submitted on 1/13/2004
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It's a very elementary question.  How do I convert .mix format to gif or something I can send and others can open easily.  mix is what the graphics program (Picture it publishing)..is using.


Answer by BobM
Submitted on 2/2/2004
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This is a question that so far is without a satisfactory answer. For more discussion, see this forum: http://photographytips.com/forums/messageview.cfm?catid=4&threadid=229

 

Answer by faisal
Submitted on 6/1/2004
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i've masturbate 6 time in a day that is why my penis  is small

 

Answer by Joeker
Submitted on 11/12/2004
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I havent a clue, i'vebeen trying for ages to change a .WAV or .MP3 into .MIX for a piece of software i'musing called Dance EJAY5 let me know if ANYONE comes up with a solution please...
Joeker@Rocketmail.com

 

Answer by dsl00
Submitted on 1/17/2005
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By far the easiest way is to use PictureIT open them and Save as Jpg or whatever....Microsoft Image extensions (mix) are very difficult to convert ,finding a Viewer/Converter nearly impossible.....rename will not help either ,you can try the following if have WORD....if prompted for Word CD (might need filter) pop in the CD drive.....if not on the CD can download appropriate filter from Microsoft.

1. Have the said .mix file saved on your computer somewhere. "My Documents" is easy enough since it'll only be temporary.

2. Open up Microsoft Word and click on the "Insert" menu.

3. Click on "Picture" and then "From File..."

4. Find the .mix file that you have saved on your computer and insert it into the document. Now you should be able to view the image as a part of your Word document.

5. Now, in order to save it as a jpeg, just go to the "File" menu and click on "Save As."

6. Save the document as a "Web Page" (again, let's say in "My Documents")

7. You won't notice anything different, but then go to where you saved the web page document (in this case, your "My Documents" folder) and you'll see that there's the web page file along with a folder titled "filename_files." Open this folder and inside you'll find the .mix image saved as a jpeg. Then feel free to rename the image and place it wherever you'd like.

I Have XP office and when inserting a Mix picture, (as described above) a menu appeared offering many options to convert from,... and one was PictureIt,this made the whole process very easy.

 

Answer by tinsca
Submitted on 3/8/2006
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I'd like to find out too
Need to change MIX to JPEG

 

Answer by traveller
Submitted on 6/17/2006
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There is software to convert a .mix to jpg at www.fcodersoft.com.    They have a demo version that adds a watermark

 

Answer by r0x0t0s
Submitted on 1/10/2007
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The .mix format is not only Picture It ! file but a format of some kind of archive from Command and conquer Red Alert 2

 

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