| Autodesk® Impression 3 file conversion software has helpful tools and features that enable you to wrangle different kinds of graphics into one great presentation. Whether you're dealing with native DWF, DWG, or other file types, Impression can convert them seamlessly and efficiently into the presentation format that works best for you.
Not only can you open any DWG™ or DWF™ file in Autodesk Impression file conversion software, but Impression also understands CAD data, such as blocks, layers, and hatches.
Familiar User Interface and Toolbar
If you’re already accustomed to working with Autodesk software products, you’ll be familiar with the Layers palette and the toolbar. The tools are streamlined and straightforward, so your workspace is uncluttered, enabling you to get up to speed quickly.
Prebuilt Styles and Blocks
Easily add styles and content to quickly create presentation graphics from your CAD files. Prebuilt styles include colored pencils, markers, and watercolor washes. Add entourage assets - like cars, trees, and people - with the included block libraries.
Customise Impression styles to suit your individual preference. Choose from a number of options.
Saved Style Libraries
Share your custom style libraries with colleagues and create sets of drawings with the same look and feel.
Impression file conversion software takes full advantage of DWG blocks, so you can quickly replace DWG block references with stylised blocks you create in Impression.
Easily update a rendered image by importing revised CAD geometry to your Impression image.
Share Your Work
Save Impression illustrations as DWF files, viewable with Autodesk® Design Review collaboration software. You can also save illustrations in several file formats popular in the desktop publishing world, including PSD, EPS, PDF, as well as PNG, JPG, BMP, and other popular image file formats. Print illustrations made with Impression software onto any size page supported by standard plotters - up to size E sheets - with resolutions up to 300 dpi.
Built-in Learning Resources
Use the Jump Start Tour to help you understand the basic concepts used in creating a rendered image in Impression, with easy-to-follow exercises and informational videos. For an in-depth introduction to the application, a Quick Start guide is located in the Help menu.