Create compatible fonts for Microchip

Pixel Font Maker for Microchip is a font converter tool, which helps you conveniently convert any fonts installed in your Windows OS into a Freescale Library bitmap font, which can be easily integrated into your Freescale Library based project.

The fonts converted by Pixel Font Maker is fully compatible with Freescale Library in 3 kinds of format: Internal Flash C file (*.c), External Intel Hex file (*.hex) and Binary file (*.bin).

Runs on Microsoft Windows

Released: September 16, 2017

Runs On: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 (32/64 bit)

Key Features

  • Import any kinds of fonts installed on your Windows PC (TrueType, OpenType, Adobe Type 1 and Raster fonts).
  • Render standard fonts (Monochrome 1-bpp and Antialised 2-bpp).
  • Render Extended fonts (Monochrome 1-bpp and Antialised 2-bpp).
  • Support Ascii+ISO8859, Unicode and Shift-JIS encodings.
  • Edit glyphs with tools (Pencil, Eraser, Line, Moving up/down/left/right, Copy and Paste).
  • Support MLA (Microchip Library for Applications) 4.00, 3.06 and 3.00 versions.
  • Support C30 and C32 Compiler Type.
  • Convert compatible fonts for Microchip Library:
    • Internal Flash C file (*.c)
    • External Intel Hex file (*.hex)
    • External Binary file (*.bin)

Convert fonts at ease

It is very easy to convert fonts, just need a few steps:

New Project
Step 1: Create a New Font Project

Start the application and create a new font project with the Font Generation Options: Standard and Extended (1-bpp, antialised 2-bpp) fonts and the Encodings (8-bit ASCII, 16-bit UNICODE or 8/16-bit Shift-JIS).

Import Font
Step 2: Import an installed font

Now you can import an installed font into Pixel Font Maker. Here you can specify the font options: font name, font style, font size, font script and font effects (strikeout and underline).

Edit Font
Step 3: Edit the font if necessary

Edit the characters in the Glyph Editor pane. Here you can Change the character's width, height, cursor distance, x-y position etc.

Convert Settings
Step 4: Convert Settings

Before converting font, click the button to choose: MLA versions (4.00, 3.06 or 3.00), Compiler Type (C30/XC16 or C32/XC32) and Format Type (Internal Flash *.c, Intel Hex *.hex or Binary *.bin).

New Project
Step 5: Convert the Font

Click the Convert... button to convert the font in format: Internal Flash C file (*.c), External Intel Hex file (*.hex) or Binary file (*.bin).

Sample Fonts

Go to the Sample Fonts page to see the detailed information.

Or you can directly download the sample fonts here:


Click the Download button to download Pixel Font Maker for microchip v2.7

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