Date: 12-27-2006, 10:39 PM (1 of 5)
|I am slightly new to this. I have done some embroidery and now I have some designs in the .rar format. How do I convert them to .hus format. Can someone help me.||
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Date: 12-27-2006, 10:50 PM (2 of 5)
You have to find a conversion software. I'm not familiar with the format (sorry). If it is a machine format there should be something to convert it. If it is some sort of picture format like JPEG you'll need to find a way to digitize it in a machine software. You could try the Wilcom trusizer (free) to see what it converts in machine formats. There are some others out there which are free too. It is a little harder to find programs to convert commercial formats to home formats.
Tom? Are you out there for this one???
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Date: 12-28-2006, 12:06 AM (3 of 5)
I believe WILCOM will convert for you and it is free.
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Date: 12-28-2006, 01:36 AM (4 of 5)
rar is a compressed file format. You need to have winrar downloaded on your computer to open it. It's like a zip file where you use winzip to unzip it.
http://www.winrar-downloads.com/ I think this one is free if it's not google to find a free one. Hope I helped you. After you uncompress it the program will ask you where you want to put the file. I always opened it to a new folder.
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Date: 12-28-2006, 04:19 AM (5 of 5)
mother in law has it right.... .rar is like .zip, its a compressed file... its used a lot in Europe... don't know why it's not as popular here... If I understand it correctly, it actually compresses a bit more than the zip format...
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