Convert to SHAPEFILE
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Convert to SHAPEFILE
The SHAPEFILE exporter is designed to
convert to SHAPEFILE
from many geographic formats (see list below).
Note, the extension of your uploaded file determines the input driver format. The exporter supports the next input extensions:
gpx kml, kmz geojson, json topojson shp, dbf, shx, cpg, prj, qix mif, mid tab, map, id, dat gdb, gdbtable, gdbtablx gml osm zip with the above files
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SHP is the file extension for one of the primary file types used for representation of ESRI Shapefile. It represents Geospatial information in the form of vector data to be used by Geographic Information Systems (GIS) applications. The format has been developed as open specifications in order to facilitate interoperability between ESRI and other software products.
How to convert files
Click inside the drop box area to upload files, or drag & drop.
You can upload maximum 10 files for the operation.
Click on Convert button. Your files will be uploaded and converted to result format.
Download link of result will be available instantly after conversion.
You can also send a link to the file to your email address.
Note that file will be deleted from our servers after 24 hours and download links will stop working after this time period.
Other Supported Conversions
You can also convert into many other file formats. Please see the complete list below.
Fast and Easy Conversion
Upload your document, choose the save format type and click on “Convert” button. You will get the download link as soon as the file is converted
Convert from Anywhere
It works from all platforms including Windows, Mac, Android and iOS. All files are processed on our servers. No plugin or software installation required for you.
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