Open, Edit, and Save Documents
Not only can you view over 300 different file types with Turbo View and Convert, you can edit documents and save them in several different formats. For example, you can open and edit a Microsoft Word document, then save it as a PDF. Or, export a proprietary camera raw file to a standard image format or export a QuickTime movie to an MPEG-4 video. Click for a list of supported file types.
NEW Batch Conversion Support
Batch conversion support has been added for many popular file formats including PDF, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Visio, Microsoft Project, audio, video, images, camera raws, and email files. Many conversion options for different file types are available. Users can convert hundreds or thousands of files in batch and can save and load batch presets files saving even more time!
Edit Images with the Built-in Image Editor
Open dozens of compressed and Camera RAW image formats. View EXIF data and other metadata stored in each image file. Customize your images by adding borders and applying special effects. Then save the image in whatever format you choose.
Play and Convert Dozens of Media Formats
You can open and play several audio and video files with Turbo View and Convert. If you have a media file that one of your devices doesn't recognize, you can use Turbo View and Convert to export the file to a more standard format.
View and extract file archives
When you open a file archive in Turbo View and Convert, it will display the files and allow you to extract them to a new folder. Supported archive formats include ZIP, ZIPX, 7-Zip, RAR, CAB, APK, DMG, TAR, and several others.
Edit Source Code with Syntax Highlighting
View Winmail.dat and other email files
You can use Turbo View and Convert to view the contents of Winmail.dat files and export the data to a new file. You can also view other email message formats, such as EML files and MSG files created by Microsoft Outlook.
Copy and Paste Text and Image Data
Turbo View and Convert includes full copy and paste support. You can copy text and image data from open files and paste the data between files opened with Turbo View and Convert or documents opened another application.
Inspect File Contents and View Metadata
Use the Info panel to view information about each file, such as the file type, file size, and location. Switch to Text or Hex view to browse and search the internal contents of any file. The Icon view displays all of the document's icon sizes.
Turbo View and Convert also includes File Identifier to identify unknown file types.