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Aspose.TeX Convert Micro Application

This micro application facilitates the conversion of TeX and LaTeX documents between different formats, including PDF, XPS, PNG, JPEG, and more.

Competitive Features

  • Supported Input Formats: TeX, LaTeX.
  • Supported Output Formats: PDF, XPS, PNG, JPEG, BMP, TIFF, SVG.
  • Can be used both via command line and programmatically in your C# code, compatible with .NET 6.0/7.0.


While the Aspose.TeX Convert application is freely available, Aspose.TeX .NET requires a valid license for use beyond trial limitations. You can apply your existing license or evaluate the application under the trial mode of Aspose.TeX .NET.

System Requirements

  • Requires .NET 6.0/7.0 on Windows, Linux, or MacOS.
  • Aspose.TeX Convert application installed.


The Aspose.TeX Convert application can be installed either globally or locally, depending on your project’s needs. It is recommended to use the local installation for project-specific use to avoid version conflicts.

Global Installation:

To install Aspose.TeX Convert globally on your machine, use the following command:

dotnet tool install --global Aspose.TeX.Convert

Specify the --version option if you need a specific version of the tool.

Local Installation:

For local installation within a specific project, first, navigate to your project’s root directory. Then, execute the following commands:

Create a tool-manifest if not already present:

dotnet new tool-manifest

Install Aspose.TeX Convert locally:

dotnet tool install Aspose.TeX.Convert --local

Again, you can specify the --version option for a specific version.

Updating the Tool:

To update the Aspose.TeX Convert tool to the latest version, use the dotnet tool update command with either --global or --local, matching your installation type.

Uninstalling the Tool:

If you need to uninstall the tool, use the dotnet tool uninstall command with either --global or --local, depending on how the tool was installed.


Command Line:

Convert your TeX documents using command-line arguments. Here are the available parameters:

  • -i, --input [Required]: Path to the input TeX or LaTeX file.
    • Example: --input "path/to/document.tex"
  • -o, --output [Required]: Path where the converted document will be saved.
    • Example: --output "path/to/output/document.pdf"
  • -f, --format [Optional]: Desired output format. Supported formats include PDF, XPS, PNG, and more, as per Aspose.TeX supported file formats.
    • Example: --format "pdf"
  • -l, --license [Optional]: Path to your Aspose.TeX .NET license file. This parameter is optional and only necessary if you have a license to apply.
    • Example: --license "path_to_license.lic
  • -v, --verbose [Optional]: Enable verbose output for detailed operation logging.
    • Example: --verbose

Example command-line usage:

Aspose.TeX.Convert --input input.tex --output output.pdf --format pdf

Use from code:

using Aspose.TeX.Convert;
using System.Threading.Tasks;

class Program
    static async Task Main(string[] args)
        // Initialize TeX convert options
        var options = new ConvertOptions
            // Required: Specify the input TeX file path
            InputPath = "input.tex",
            // Required: Specify the output document file path
            OutputPath = "output.pdf",
            // Optional: Specify the output document format
            ToFormat = "pdf"

        // Conditional: Apply license if you have one
        if (isLicensed)
            options.LicenseFile = "path_to_license.lic";

        // Execute the TeX conversion task
        await ConvertTasks.Create(options).Execute();