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Norbi
Date Posted: Jul/29/2007 3:29 PM
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Hi Amominak,
would you please be so kind to transfer two mix-pictures to jpg for me? They are from an old weihnachtsmarkt (christmas market) in Germany, Bad Hersfeld. I would appreciate your help very much. Maybe I could send you a donation via paypal?
Cheers,
Norbi

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Cailidin
Date Posted: Jul/30/2007 5:27 PM
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The person with Office 2002, hello my name is Scott McGlashan, i have a bunch of .mix files i desperatley need to be converted into jpg, i have been searching for hours to find a solution and i was wondering if i could get u to convert my files for me, or if someone could give me a hand i am desperate to get these opened and converted for editing because i work for the Inglewood Shire Council and someone accidently changed them to a .mix :'( and now i need to change them back its not private stuff just photos of grids for roads, if someone can help me please please please tell me im desperate i been on this case for hours non stop :-O

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amominak
Date Posted: Jul/31/2007 6:24 PM
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Please both of you can just send your files to me at the address below. I'll convert them and send back to you as quickly as I can.



 Message edited by: amominak on 01/28/2009 21:19:13

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nojj
Date Posted: Aug/13/2007 11:30 AM
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Anybody try Lemke's Graphic Converter?

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amominak
Date Posted: Aug/13/2007 1:25 PM
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If you sent me the files to convert I did not receive any email from you. I can still do that for you if you need the help.

Terry



 Message edited by: amominak on 01/28/2009 21:20:22

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Adam
Date Posted: Aug/20/2007 7:47 AM
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Terry -

I have sent you a picture for conversion. I appreciate your help. Thank you.

Adam

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amominak
Date Posted: Aug/22/2007 3:18 PM
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I converted it and sent it to you just today. Did you receieve it?

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MayMay23
Date Posted: Aug/24/2007 7:16 PM
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Thanks for the help! It really did work.

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MayMay23
Date Posted: Aug/24/2007 7:18 PM
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Need to convert .mix files to .jpg quickly and without needing PictureIt? I figured out the easiest way to do it:

1. Have the said .mix file saved on your computer somewhere. "My Documents" is easy enough since it'll only be temporary.

2. Open up Microsoft Word and click on the "Insert" menu.

3. Click on "Picture" and then "From File..."

4. Find the .mix file that you have saved on your computer and insert it into the document. Now you should be able to view the image as a part of your Word document.

5. Now, in order to save it as a jpeg, just go to the "File" menu and click on "Save As."

6. Save the document as a "Web Page" (again, let's say in "My Documents")

7. You won't notice anything different, but then go to where you saved the web page document (in this case, your "My Documents" folder) and you'll see that there's the web page file along with a folder titled "filename_files." Open this folder and inside you'll find the .mix image saved as a jpeg. Then feel free to rename the image and place it wherever you'd like.

Please note that this has only been tested on Windows XP Professional. If anyone can try this on other Windows formats and see if it works in more or less the same way, then please post your findings here.

Hope this helps.


Someone else posted this a while back and it really did work for me. Hope it will help someone else.

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dvjj
Date Posted: Aug/25/2007 2:55 AM
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There is some success to be had by doing this way of inserting a picture in a word document but in my case it only showed me 1 of the 4 photos, therefore to be sure that you have completely received all photos you need to know how many are in the mix. folder. Di

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smurfettegreen1
Date Posted: Aug/31/2007 4:54 AM
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Hello all
I have just recently received a .mix file. so far I have tried to open it in a 2003 Word doc. but I see the picture, but which selection do I make to have it insert into the document. Each one so far has come back with an error message. Therefore not inserting into the document to be able to save as .jpg

thanks
sandy

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amominak
Date Posted: Aug/31/2007 10:57 AM
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I offer my conversion help to you with your file. If you like just send the .mix file to the following email address and I'll return it as a .jpg file.



Terry

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smurfettegreen1
Date Posted: Aug/31/2007 7:22 PM
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thank you ever so much Terry
already sent u an email with file enclosed ok.

sandy

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KBJ
Date Posted: Sep/03/2007 7:36 AM
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If, like me, google sent you here, I have good news:

www.polyview.com is the location for the converter that is current (Vista) and will convert those old .mix files. One problem: you need to select ALL FILES when browsing for opening the file rather than picture files (the default)because even Polyviewer doesn't expect anyone to still have them! Anyway, select ALL files and then select your .mix file and then save it as a bitmap AND a jpeg just to be sure it will be ok for the NEXT 10 years!

Hope this helps others as much as this forum helped me.

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JerzGrl
Date Posted: Sep/23/2007 5:37 PM
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Terry - I have sent you a few for conversion - I think you are awesome for offering to do this for us.

Lynn

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TexasRose
Date Posted: Sep/25/2007 1:42 AM
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I am not unfamiliar with PC's and several programs, but even I have had no luck in converting my .mix files. have used every suggestion on this forum to no avail. When I download Polyview, it convered, but back to the original file, not the edited version. I am using WinXP Home and Office 2003 Pro, and nothing has worked. I did email 2 pics to you Terry for help, luckily that is all I have. If you are not able to keep the edits in the converted file, do not worry about sending them back. Just send me a brief email letting me know it didn't work. Thanks!

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PJMKE
Date Posted: Sep/25/2007 11:59 PM
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MIX files are def PICTURE IT! files.
Insert them into any MS word processor and save file as a HTML file.
Then open the HTML file into IE or Mozilla.
Right Click on the image and save as gif, jpg, bmp

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TexasRose
Date Posted: Sep/26/2007 4:44 PM
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This does not work on all .mix files. I used Picture It! and created a couple of edited (with special effects) pics and these suggestions either do not work or only import the ORIGINAL picture before any edits. I contacted Microsoft directly yesterday and emailed them my pics. They are going to try and convert them (as is) and pass on the information to the design group for their Digital Imaging software that replaced Picture It! for them to add the ability to convert and/or open .mix files. I will post again after I receive their response and/or sugesstions.

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amominak
Date Posted: Sep/27/2007 10:07 PM
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TexasRose, Did you receive the two files I sent as .jpg's? Just checking.

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TexasRose
Date Posted: Sep/28/2007 3:29 PM
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Thanks for checking. I just checked my email and SPAM box too, just in case, but nothing. Time here now is 2:30 pm on Friday afternoon. If you wouldn't mind trying again, email is , I would really appreciate it. Were you able to convert them as the actual 'edited' pic? I sure wish I could do it, that's for sure.

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