Frequently Asked Questions
- What conversion formats are available?
- png to ico
- png to icns
- ico to png
- ico to icns
- icns to png
- icns to ico
- jpg to png
- jpg to ico
- jpg to icns
- svg to png
- svg to ico
- svg to icns
- I really like some of the icons that I see others converting – how can I download them?
- How can I make an icon of “NxN” size?
- Can I create Leopard 512×512 icons for Mac OS X? How about 256×256 icons for Windows 7 and Vista?
- How can I choose different images for the standard sizes of icons?
- Can you add support for additional formats?
- Extracting the icons from .dll and .exe files
- Extracting icons from Borland archives
- Converting icons from Amigaico/newicon format
- Help!… I have another question that isn’t answered here!
iConvert Icons supports converting to png, ico, and icns from many popular image and icon formats. Some of the most popular conversions that it supports include:
We’d love to make them available, but it likely won’t happen soon; we have to figure out how to address potential copyright concerns, storage space, and bandwidth.
In the meantime, check out some of these awesome sites:
iConvert automatically scales down and fills in all the necessary icon sizes for a particular format. So, if you upload a 256×256 image, all sizes from 256×256 and smaller will be created.
Yes! iConvert is at the cutting edge of icon technology, and fully supports all current releases of Mac OS X and Windows. Simply upload an icon or image of at least 512×512 (for full Mac OS X support) or at least 256×256. (for full Windows 7 / Vista support)
iConvert currently uses the same image for all sizes of icons. However, an exciting new feature is coming soon that will allow you to generate icons with different images for each size.
Yes, but it takes time and development work, so don’t expect it to happen soon. We are currently working on the following:
Ask your question here, and we’ll see what we can do