PDF files are a reliable way to store images. They do not occupy too much space on disc and can be easily opened. Still, PDF files have a couple of drawbacks: they are difficult to integrate into web pages, and they are difficult to edit. Still, the latter one can turn into an advantage if you are looking for a reliable way of storing data and protecting the data from amendments by the third parties. JPEG format is mostly used for photographic art, while PDF is a document standard developed by Adobe. It allows scalable text, vector images, and bitmaps to be combined in one document. No matter how much you want to enlarge your PDF file, the text it contains will look sharp and clear with the tiny details visible. This will not happen when scaling JPEG – this format is not suitable for images containing unique colors, lines and small details. Another dilemma some people have is what format to use for scanned documents: JPEG or PDF. There are several advantages of PDF vs. JPEG, so we would advise you to convert JPEG to PDF. Here are just a few advantages of PDF: it is cross-platform and will look exactly the same on any device you use to view the file; metadata with info about the document will stay with the document; portability to any hardware; web optimization allowing downloads to open immediately. The PDF is designed to keep up with today’s fast-paced and demanding business world. Creating a PDF with ImageConverter Plus takes no time. Just at a few clicks of a mouse, you’ll be able to send out the document drafts, create electronic versions of your files and still manage everything in between.
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