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Conversion of clgx file format to svg file format beta

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Collage Maker software works only with bitmap images and not vectors, so it is unlikely it can export its projects (.clgx) as SVG vectors via clgx to svg conversion. The only option would be to try to digitize a raster image as SVG, but the results will be poor.

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

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Additional links: Open clgx file, Open svg file


Files with clgx file extension can be found as collages made in Collage Maker program.


File extension svg is associated with the vector graphics format based on XML markup language. An svg vector file is stored in simple text format with XML tags. It is an open standard developed by World Wide Wide Consortium.

Files with svg extension are used by the Microsoft Word program. An svg file stores glossary backup.

The file extension svg is sometimes used for saved game files like e.g. Call of Duty computer game series.

Files with svg file extension are associated with the Active Backup Export program.

An svg file extension is related to old picture image format used on Commodore Amiga computers.


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