The U.S. National Library of Medicine’s (NLM) document conversion tool MyMorph makes the exchange and use of biomedical library electronic information easier for librarians, library users, and the general public. The MyMorph service is a free, secure and anonymous conversion tool that allows users to convert the following widely used input file types into alternative, usable formats. The following input file types are most often uploaded by users for conversion TIFF, TIF, Multi-page TIFF’s, PDF, JPEG, JPG, BMP, and PNG. Each file of these types can be converted to any of TIF, Multipage TIFF’s, PDF, JPEG, JPG, BMP or PNG. The downloadable MyMorph client software supports batch processing that allows for mass migration of files to any of the above desired target format.
My Morph replaces the discontinued DocMorph and DocView. MyMorph was developed through document imaging research and development at the NLM Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications, Communications Engineering Branch.
MyMorph (Software Download): https://mymorph.nlm.nih.gov/mymorph/downloads/setup.exe
MyMorph Project: https://ceb.nlm.nih.gov/projects/mymorph/