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Convert your file from eXperimental Computing Facility to Portable Document Format with this XCF to PDF converter.

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XCF, eXperimental Computing Facility (.xcf)

XCF is used by the open source GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP), an image formatting program that facilitates easy selection of channels, transparencies, paths and guides. It is used to saved the edited versions of images. It stores information such as layers, current position when saved, channels, paths, and other items used during editing. The name XCF origins from a group of students...
What is XCF

PDF, Portable Document Format (.pdf)

PDF stands for Portable Document Format and was developed by Adobe. PDF files present a document in a fixed layout (much like an image) which translates the same throughout various programs, hardware, and operating systems. It allows the user to utilize various images, fonts, and text formats (sometimes search-able and containing hyperlinks) in a single document that is print-ready and easy to...
What is PDF

How to convert a XCF to a PDF file?

  1. Choose the XCF file you want to convert
  2. Change quality or size (optional)
  3. Click on "Start conversion" to convert your file from XCF to PDF
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