JPEG to BMP
JPEG, Joint Photographic Experts Group, is defined how an image is compressed into a stream of bytes and decompressed back into an image, but not the file format used to contain that stream. The frequent compress ways in JPEG is lossy compression, which means that the quality of the picture may be damaged apparently. JPEG is based on 8 bit and 24 bit color, and also is the most popular type using in the Internet. If you want to save your pictures to your own storage with lossless quality, you need to convert the image to BMP. Contrastingly, BMP, Bitmap image file or Device Independent Bitmap (DIB) file format, is a raster graphics image file format used to store bitmap digital images, especially used on Microsoft Windows and OS/2. There are two types of BMP, DDB and DIB. All the pictures graphic software used in Windows environment can accept BMP format, for BMP format is the data exchanger in this OS.
If you want to convert your JPEG file to BMP, you may first upload your target files and then click convert to finish.
How to convert jpeg to bmp?
Step 1:Upload your target file from your local computer and then click "Upload Now"
Step 2:The online convert system will upload your chosen file.
Step 3:You need to select which picture format you want to convert. Here you may choose BMP format.
Step 4:You may configure the parameters of your convert files.
Step 5:Click "Convert Now" to finish the process.
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