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I have bunch of SVG icons that I'd like to use for my application to be developed in VB.Net 2010, and since it has no support to handle SVG icons, I need to convert those icons into either PNG or ICO, with preferred output resolution. I've found such command-line tool for Ubuntu called rsvgconvert. Do we have any such tool for Windows as well??

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ImageMagick has a command line tool that is available for Linux and Windows (and others). The converter tool is conveniently called "convert". Here's some usage documentation.

And here's where you can get a Windows installer.

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ImageMagick should not immediately associate to just any batch task involving images. Especially in this case where ImageMagick is poor solution for SVG conversion.

Better try Inkscape on command line:

inkscape in.svg --export-png=out.png

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InkscapeBatch does the job on Windows. Requires Inkscape.

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ImageMagick is available for Windows and can convert between SVG and PNG and ICO (among others). You can set size and other attributes for the output file.

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