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JPEG Converter

Convert JPEG pictures to a variety of formats, edit and optimize pictures online and free.

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JPEG and JPG both stand for an identical format. JPEG is a digital file format for storing raster graphics. Because of its capabilities like lossy image compression, it is widely used by internet users and digital photographers and is supported by every photo viewer/editing software and application.

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How to convert JPEG?

  1. Upload JPEG File

    Select any JPEG file from your device to start uploading it.

  2. Choose Output Formats

    Choose your desired output format.

  3. Convert & Download

    When the conversion status changes to successful, click on the Download button to get the final file.

JPEG Converter

Tools

JPEG Rotate

Rotate JPEG to right (90° clockwise), to left (90° counter-clockwise), 180°, and convert it to a variety of formats.

JPEG Flip

Flip JPEG vertically and/or horizontally (flop), and convert it to a variety of formats.

Convert Files on Desktop

macOS
Windows
Linux

Convert JPEG on macOS

Follow steps below if you have installed Vertopal CLI on your macOS system.

  1. Open macOS Terminal.
  2. Either cd to JPEG file location or include path to your input file.
  3. Paste and execute the command below, substituting in your JPEG_INPUT_FILE name or path. $ vertopal convert JPEG_INPUT_FILE --to output_format

Convert JPEG on Windows

Follow steps below if you have installed Vertopal CLI on your Windows system.

  1. Open Command Prompt or Windows PowerShell.
  2. Either cd to JPEG file location or include path to your input file.
  3. Paste and execute the command below, substituting in your JPEG_INPUT_FILE name or path. $ vertopal convert JPEG_INPUT_FILE --to output_format

Convert JPEG on Linux

Follow steps below if you have installed Vertopal CLI on your Linux system.

  1. Open Linux Terminal.
  2. Either cd to JPEG file location or include path to your input file.
  3. Paste and execute the command below, substituting in your JPEG_INPUT_FILE name or path. $ vertopal convert JPEG_INPUT_FILE --to output_format

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