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The command line PVRTexTool works very well for getting textures into a PVR format, but I need a way of going the opposite directions. Does anyone know of a good command line tool (or GUI with a batch mode) that will convert a PowerVR texture to a more common image format (like JPEG or PNG?)

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In the PVRTexTool GUI at least, you can go to Edit > Save MIP-Level to output it in one of the regular image formats.

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Yes, which I have been doing. But I'm also looking at converting ~1000 PVR textures, and that's an awful lot of clicking... – Toji May 1 '11 at 19:19

Inside one of the folders of PVRTexTool you find PVRTexToolCLI.exe, that is the command-line version of it. You can use a batch command on it like this:

for %f in (*.pvr) do PVRTexToolCLI.exe -i "%f" -d -f r8g8b8a8
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