JPEG to BMP
- JPEG is an image format that uses
lossy compression. You can adjust the degree of compression and find the
right balance between the smallest file size and the best image quality. The JPEG format is a de facto standard for storing full color images, especially
photographs. For instance, any up-to-date digital camera lets you save
photos as JPEG files, which can be opened in any image editor or viewer.
- BMP, also known as Device
Independent Bitmap (DIB), is a well-known bitmap graphics format. It is
device independent; for example, a BMP file created in Windows Paint can be
easily opened in an image viewer bundled with Linux or Mac OS. An image
stored in the BMP format can be of any size, resolution, or color. BMP
supports transparency and allows one to edit single pixels. The major
drawback of the format is a huge file size.
Image Assistant lets you batch-convert
*.JPG into *.BMP in one click. It provides a fast and easy way to convert
JPG images, which is good both for hobbyists and for professional digital
photographers. Download the free version now!