Most of them are dedicated image converters that allow you to convert multiple EPS images to PSD format at once. In other programs, you can simply import an EPS image, edit it, and then convert it to PSD using the respective export or “save as” function. To edit an EPS image before converting it to PSD, these programs offer many useful image modification tools, including resize, crop, rotate, flip, filters, effects, set DPI, watermarks, etc. Also, you can find some more features in these programs like image organizer, screen capture utility, image metadata viewer, etc.
All in all, this is outstanding software that can be used to convert EPS to PSD. The steps to do it are quite easy, plus I have mentioned a neat procedure to get PSD images. You can check this list to know more about the listed software.
Microsoft Expression Design
Microsoft Expression Design is the next free EPS to PSD converter for Windows. It allows you to import and view an EPS image, edit the image if necessary, and then convert EPS to PNG, SVG, GIF, JPEG, TIFF, PSD or any other supported output format.
As the name suggests, it is primarily designed for creating graphics. Therefore, you can also edit the EPS image before you start converting it to PSD. The tools you get to do this include brush, pen, rectangle, text, gradient transform, scissors, eyedropper, pan, zoom, etc.
How to convert EPS to PSD in Microsoft Expression Design:
At first, open an EPS image in it that you can view and edit accordingly.
Now, go to your File menu> Export option and select the output format as PSD. You can also configure some output parameters like enable transparency, set width and height, etc.
Finally, specify the file name and the location of the output folder and then click the Export all button.
Microsoft Expression Design can be your other alternative to EPS to PSD converter that works without much hassle.
Photomania DX is another free EPS to PSD converter software for Windows. Like many other programs on the list, it also allows you to batch convert EPS to PSD to save time and effort.
Although it is mainly a photo manager and editor, you can find a batch image conversion tool in it. With this tool you can convert images from one format to another (inc. JPG, ADA, BMP, ICO, JP2, PCX, TGA, etc).
How to batch convert EPS to PSD using Photomania DX:
Launch this software and go to your Tools menu and select Batch Conversion, which will open a Batch Conversion window.
In the batch conversion window, click the plus button to add one or more EPS images. You can also see a preview of an added EPS image here.
After adding the EPS images, click the Ok button and set the output format to Adobe Photoshop (PSD).
Finally, provide the location of the output and hit the Convert button to start the EPS to PSD conversion.
It contains some effects that can be applied on images to improve their appearance.
Besides Batch Conversion, it offers some additional tools like Image Information, Show Comment, Color Eyedropper, Screenshot, etc.
It is a handy program for mass converting EPS to PSD, as well as for viewing, editing and organizing your images.
Note: During my testing, it was unable to convert some EPS images. However, it was able to convert most EPS images to PSD.
Paint.Net is another free EPS to PSD converter for Windows. It is a famous and prominent photo editing software with which you can also convert images from one supported format to another. So you need to do some extra work to convert EPS to PSD with it. You need to install additional plugins to be compatible with these two types of files. Let’s see what the plugins are and how you can install them.
How to convert EPS to PSD in Paint.Net:
So that it can support EPS as input, you need to download this plugin> PostScript FileType Plugin. On this web page, you can find the steps to install the plugin with Paint.Net.
To be able to export an image to the PSD format, download the PSD Plugin and extract the ZIP folder. After that, copy and paste the DLL file it contains in Paint.NET directory> FileType folder.
When you finish installing these plugins, restart Paint.NET, open the EPS image, and then convert it to PSD format using its $ 0027 save as $ 0027 function. Before conversion, you can edit the EPS image with many editing functions, such as drawing tools, transform functions, effects, color adjustment, etc.
If you are a Paint.Net user, you can improve its functionality with the help of external plugins. One of the examples of such plugins is their use as EPS to PSD converter as explained above.