Convert HDR to JFIF
Convert HDR pictures to JFIF format, edit and optimize pictures online and free.
Radiance HDR, also known as RGBE or Radiance Picture is a lossless raster image format for high-dynamic-range imaging, invented by Gregory Ward Larson and Randolph Fritz. It was first introduced as part of the Radiance Lighting Simulation and Rendering System in 1989.
JFIF and JPG both stand for an identical format. JPEG File Interchange Format, abbreviated JFIF, is a digital file format for storing raster graphics. It contains some details that had been left undefined in the JPEG format; like pixel geometry and pixel size.
Drag & drop any HDR file from your device or click the Choose File button to proceed.
Use any available convert tools on the preview page, and click Convert.
Wait a couple of seconds for the converter to do the hard job, then download your JFIF file.
Rotate HDR to right (90° clockwise), to left (90° counter-clockwise), 180°, and convert it to JFIF .
Flip HDR vertically and/or horizontally (flop), and convert it to JFIF .
Convert HDR to JFIF and change the JFIF quality by adjusting the JPEG compression level.
Convert HDR to progressive JFIF .
To change HDR format to JFIF, upload your HDR file to proceed to the preview page. Use any available tools if you want to edit and manipulate your HDR file. Click on the convert button and wait for the convert to complete. Download the converted JFIF file afterward.