How to convert JPG to DDS

JPEG (Joint Photographic Expert Group) is the most common of the image formats. It is the default setting for most of the digital cameras. It provides lossy compression method meaning that the image data is compressed to make them small enough to be uploaded to the web. The image quality though is high, and only …

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How to convert JPG to GIF

Both image formats – JPEG and GIF are compression based. But still there is some difference in the way the images are compressed. JPEG uses lossy compression method making images suitable for the web but sacrificing some of their quality. While there are several compression levels available – from little detail loss and poor compression …

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How to convert JPG to PDF

JPEG is a bitmap format with a lossy compression method. It is ideal for web graphics because it presents the image in a high quality meanwhile reducing its size suitable to be transferred via the Internet. JPEG is not good for documents though. Those image files that contain text, embedded fonts, charts, etc. are easier …

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How to convert JPG to PNG

JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) is probably the most common image format. Its ability to compress the image data making the image small enough to be displayed on the web and still compressing it practically invisibly for the human eye has made it to be the most widely used image format set by default with …

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How to convert JPG to TGA

TGA is an old image format. Still, its simplicity and ease at processing still make it appealing to the users. This format was the first one true color. Lossless compression, alpha channel allowing transparency, capability of representing bitmaps ranging from indexed color and RGB color up to 32-bit color images, easiness in reading and writing …

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