Fonts and Symbols as C-source code
Convert vector fonts to raster fonts.
- Convert Windows fonts and texts to C-source code fonts.
- Create proportional or mono-spaced raster fonts and save as C-source code.
- Convert pictures and images to C-source code symbols.
Fast and easy C-source code font generation from Windows fonts
Input height and the name of the target font.
Choose Master Font:
Choose a look:
Create a basic new font:
Add languages in the tick boxes.
Save as C-source code.
Convert many Input Formats to the same C-source code format for the Graphic User Interface
IconEdit can convert fonts and images to a general human-readable C-source code format:
Import fonts, texts, and images from many sources and convert them all to the same general data format with IconEdit:
- Convert True Type and Open Type vector fonts already installed in Windows to black & white, gray-tone anti-alias, or color fonts.
- Convert Glyph Bitmap Distribution Format (BDF) pixel fonts to black & white symbol fonts.
- Convert Texts in any language to text optimized fonts with only the characters in the text.
- Find and convert Text strings from C code text catalogs to text optimized fonts with only the characters in the text strings.
- Convert Pictures and images to symbols or symbol groups with full or reduced color and pixel resolution. Symbol groups are ideal for animation.
C-source code portability
Save fonts, symbols, and groups of symbols in a general human-readable C-source code format:
- All RAMTEX Color and B&W display controller driver libraries support the same basic symbol and font C-source code format. This makes fonts and symbols portable across display controller types and target hardware.
- B&W (two-color) symbols are compatible with both B&W and Color display driver libraries.
- Gray-level symbols and anti-aliased fonts are compatible with Color display driver libraries.
- RGB Color symbols are compatible with RGB Color libraries. IconEdit can convert the symbols to gray for use with Gray-level libraries.