No, you need convert wmf to svg to open in iVinci. SVG is the only vector format supported by iVinci, but you can also import Bitmap images (png, jpg), iVinci support Live trace which can convert Bitmap images to Vector images.
Calvin 2013-05-15 02:38:57
Thinking of buy the Mac version, will it open a PDF and let me modify the vector images like Illustrator does?
Yes, but you need Preview app or Safari to open your design and then print.
John 2013-04-30 04:13:15
Can I save the data in a wavefrom chart in text or *.csv format? Or does the software only save data in *.wav files. I see that you save the FFT result in text format, but I want to save the original data as text.
Current version of Mirror Display not compatible with OS X 10.6, we will fix this in next version.
Michael 2014-08-16 03:08:19
Hi! I have the same problem with Mac OS X 10.6.8. How can I fix it?
Dave 2013-04-16 03:57:23
Are the folders in Pics real or virtual folders? That is, can I put an image in multiple folders, much like tagging or does the image physically reside in a given folder? I want to be able to tag an image as both "Family" and "Vacation-Mar-2013", for example
Hi. I've just started using iVinci and I do like how it works, but... The Gradient Mesh feature doesn't seem to work. When I right-click and choose "Convert to Gradient Mesh", it asks me what rows and cells (I think this should say "columns") and then I get the shape with the grid on it. But there is no gradient or shading. Have I not done something correctly?
Request : Could the zoom controls also be by keyboard and from the menu. I use a trackball and it doesn't have a scroll-wheel to zoom with.
After you convert to mesh, you need to select object with Point Selector, then select any node of mesh, and change the color with Color Panel. We'll consider to add the keyboard zoom in the future. Thanks!
Andrew 2013-04-12 01:05:43
Thanks for your help. I'm able to work the gradient now.