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Convert your image between different formats.

Use this tool to convert your image to a different format, including JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, WEBP. Convert images fast and download for free, without registration.

Easily convert an image to a different format

Accepted image formats: JPEG, PNG and GIF. Drag and drop your image to begin.

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JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) is a widely used image file format that utilizes lossy compression. It is commonly used for photographs and complex images on the web and in digital photography. JPEG files offer a good balance between image quality and file size.

PNG (Portable Network Graphics) is a popular image file format known for its lossless compression. It supports transparency and a wide range of colors. PNG files are commonly used for web graphics, logos, and images that require high-quality and sharp details without sacrificing file size efficiency.

GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) is a widely used image file format that supports animation and a limited color palette. It uses lossless compression, making it suitable for simple animations, logos, and icons. GIFs are widely shared on the internet due to their small file size and support for animation.

BMP (Bitmap) is a widely-used raster image format developed by Microsoft. It stores images pixel by pixel, without compression, resulting in high-quality images but larger file sizes compared to compressed formats. BMP supports various color depths, including monochrome, 8-bit, 16-bit, 24-bit, and 32-bit. It's commonly used in Windows environments and is compatible with most image editing software. While BMP's lack of compression can lead to larger file sizes, it ensures pixel-perfect representation. Due to the advent of more efficient image formats, BMP's usage for web and multimedia has diminished, but it remains important for certain applications requiring lossless image quality.

WEBP is a modern image format developed by Google that offers a balance between image quality and file size. Using advanced compression techniques, it provides significantly smaller file sizes compared to JPEG and PNG, while maintaining comparable image quality. WEBP supports both lossy and lossless compression, animation, and transparency, making it versatile for a wide range of use cases. While widely supported on modern browsers, some older browsers may lack full compatibility. Its efficient compression makes WEBP particularly suitable for web images, helping to improve website performance by reducing loading times and bandwidth usage, especially in mobile environments.