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Convert EMF to PDF via Cloud Node.js SDK

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How to Convert EMF to PDF Using Node.js SDK

To convert EMF to PDF, we’ll use Aspose.PDF Cloud Node.js SDK This Cloud SDK SDK assists Node.js programmers in developing cloud-based PDF creator, annotator, editor, and converter apps using Node.js programming language via Aspose.PDF REST API. Open NPM package manager, search for Aspose.PDF Cloud, and install. You may also use the following command from the Package Manager Console.

Package Manager Console Command

    npm install asposepdfcloud --save

Steps to Convert EMF to PDF via Node.js

Aspose.PDF Cloud Node.js developers can easily load & convert EMF files to PDF in just a few lines of code.

  1. Load your Application Secret and Key from the JSON file or set credentials in another way
  2. Create an object to connect to the Cloud API
  3. Upload your document file
  4. Perform the conversion using putImageInStorageToPdf
  5. Download the result if need it

System Requirements

It is easy to get started with Aspose.PDF Cloud Node.js SDK and there is nothing to install. Simply create an account at Aspose for Cloud and get your application information. Once you have the App SID & key, you are ready to give the Aspose.PDF Cloud Node.js SDK.

  • CPU: 1GHz
  • RAM: 512Mb
  • Free space on disk: 20Mb
  • Any OS Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, Linux x32/x64
  • node.js v4.8 or higher


This sample code shows EMF to PDF Cloud Node.js SDK Conversion

const fs = require("fs");
const credentials = require("./credentials.json");
const { PdfApi } = require("asposepdfcloud");
const { ImageTemplatesRequest } = require("asposepdfcloud/src/models/imageTemplatesRequest");
const { ImageTemplate } = require("asposepdfcloud/src/models/imageTemplate");
const { ImageSrcType } = require("asposepdfcloud/src/models/imageSrcType");

// Load your Application Secret and Key from the JSON file or set credentials in another way
async function convertEMFtoPDF() {
const localImageFileName = "C:\\Samples\\sample.emf";
    const storageImageFileName = "sample.emf";
    const pdfApi = new PdfApi(, credentials.key);
    let fileData = fs.readFileSync(localImageFileName);
    try {
        let uploadResult = await pdfApi.uploadFile(storageImageFileName, fileData);
    catch (error) {
    let imageTemplateList = [];
    let imageTemplate = new ImageTemplate();
    imageTemplate.imagePath = storageImageFileName;
    imageTemplate.imageSrcType = ImageSrcType.Emf;

    let imageTemplatesRequest = new ImageTemplatesRequest()
    imageTemplatesRequest.IsOCR = false;
    imageTemplatesRequest.imagesList = imageTemplateList;

    try {
        let convertResult = await pdfApi.putImageInStorageToPdf("sample-emf-to-pdf.pdf", imageTemplatesRequest);
    } catch (error) {

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    Check our live demos for EMF to PDF conversion with following benefits.

      No need to download or setup anything.
      No need to write any code.
      Just upload your EMF file and hit the "Convert" button.
      You will instantly receive a link to download the result.

    Aspose.PDF Cloud is a true REST API that enables you to perform a wide range of document processing operations including creation, manipulation, conversion and rendering of PDF documents in the cloud.

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