Can anyone point me to a good free Mac OS X application, or a free and safe website, where I can convert SVG files to EPS files quickly, safely, and easily?
I know I can use Inkscape to do it, and I've done so many times, but I'm after something that doesn't take up too many resources on my machine (I've only got 2GB RAM and Inkscape on OS X needs X11, or equivalent, to also be running - which along with Scribus + iTunes + Firefox + Mail etc. already running makes my old iMac creak a bit).
And I know ImageMagick can do it but (from what I've been able to find out) it converts to a raster first before converting to an EPS which, to me, sort of defeats the object of using vectors in the first place, but maybe that's just me.
Preferably I'd like something where I can just, for example:
1. Quickly open the small application.
2. Select the SVG file.
3. Press CONVERT.
4. Application saves EPS version to the same directory.
5. Close application and start using the EPS version.
I've looked on the search engines and through various forums but I keep finding Inkscape/Windows/Linux/ImageMagick/Not Free/etc. references which aren't what I'm after. And I don't know which of the websites that offer the functionality really are safe and won't give my files and/or details to anyone who asks.
So, I thought, why not ask the other Scribus users if they have any suggestions. Anyone got something good they can share?
Here's pretty much the full spec: Free; convert SVG to EPS (other conversions not relevant); small memory footprint; safe and secure to use; not demo/trial; no ads or passing stuff on to third parties; Mac OS X ( 10.6.8 ), NOT Windows or Linux.
Thanks in advance for any help.