1. Click "Choose Files," button and select your files you would like converted.
2. Click on the “Convert CMX” button to start the conversion.
3. When the status change to “Done” click the “Download CMX” button
Corel Corporation created the CMX file extension as a vector image format to communicate between various programs that needed access to data within an image and Corel digital imaging software, and also served as a way for Corel digital imaging software users to exchange files among themselves. Corel-designed and marketed software such as CorelDRAW, CorelPaint and their graphic design tool Corel Mega Gallery Clip Art all used CMX files with vector graphics similar to Adobe Photoshop's Encapsulated PostScript format (EPS), with images stored using RIFF or RIFX chunks of information for storage. No longer possible to import CMX files into modern Corel programs, most now save graphics in CDR vector format instead. A key use for the CMX format used to be to transfer CorelDRAW vector drawings between Corel programs. Unfortunately, however, CMX files were incompatible with other third-party software such as WordPerfect or Paint Shop Pro and were therefore rarely encountered outside of Corel products. When opening a CMX file, users may receive an error that states The program cannot open this file. Common causes for being unable to access a CMX file may include either not having enough programs installed on their system or malware infections preventing access. Below is a list of programs known to support the CMX file extension on various system platforms - hopefully one or more may solve your access issue!
Upload a file, click "Convert", and use additional options to quickly modify its contents before downloading the final CMX file after processing has completed.
Our CMX converter works on Windows, Mac OS, Linux, iOS and Android systems alike - our servers automatically process each file without requiring you to install plug-ins or applications!
We guarantee 100% of the privacy and have no access to your files once uploaded/converted, making them inaccessible by anyone and completely protecting them.