Free Online JPEG Converter

Use our free JPEG file converter to seamlessly convert your JPEG image files to other image file formats with no loss in quality. You can also convert your images to a variety of 3D model formats using our heightmap or extrude process. Our JPEG conversion tool can batch convert up to 20 files at a time.

Drag and drop your files here to upload or click the button above.
A maximum of 20 files can be converted at once.

Please note: Your JPEG file file, when uploaded to our server, will be deleted 15 minutes after upload. Please download your converted JPEG file file before this time.
Our JPEG conversion tool supports converting to the following file types:

Our JPEG converter will convert all the pixel data from your JPEG file to another image format, and where possible, there will be no loss of detail. We also offer a range of image processing options that can be accessed via the button after you have selected your JPEG file. We have options to resize and rotate your image and a host of color adjustment options to choose from.

JPEG file information

Full NameJoint Photographic Experts Group
Mime Typeimage/jpeg

A JPEG file is a flat, two-dimensional image file format created for the purpose of storing photographic images in a highly efficient digital format. JPEG files are widely used and supported by all image editing applications and can be opened on most devices with no additional image viewing software.

For many years, image file formats consumed large amounts of storage space while not offering 16.7 million full-color capabilities. JPEG aimed to solve this by offering a full-color solution combined with lossy compression techniques to allow high-resolution photographs to be stored using very little storage space and bandwidth.


The JPEG format is ideally suited to storing full-color photographic images. Due to the lossy compression it employs, it is not suitable for storing high-fidelity items such as logos and any image that contains transparency.

Palette and Transparency Support

JPEG files support full-color images only and do not support palettes or transparency. For images that contain transparency, the PNG format is better suited to this.

Compression Technology

JPEG files use a lossy compression technology that allows high-resolution photographic images to be compressed down to less than one tenth of their original, uncompressed size. The ability to reduce the file size like this without any visible loss of detail has made JPEG files ideal for use on websites and as the default storage format for photos taken on mobile devices.

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How to Convert your JPEG file Online?

Here are 3 simple steps to convert your JPEG file using our free JPEG file file conversion tool.

Upload your JPEG file

Click the "Select File" button, and then select a JPEG file file to upload. The maximum file size is 100MB.

Select file type

Select the file type to convert your JPEG file to using the list of available types.

Download your file

Click the download link to get your converted file.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it free to use the JPEG file conversion tools?

Yes, there is no cost to using our conversion tools.

Are there any JPEG file conversion limits?

At this time, we do not have any usage limits other than the maximum of 20 file uploads per conversion run.

How long do I need to wait for my converted file to be completed?

The size of your JPEG file will affect processing times, so please allow for this. For smaller files of around 5MB, our tools will aim to have it completed within a few seconds.

How is my JPEG file converted, whats involved?

When you upload your file to our site, we use a set of bespoke conversion components to, as accurately as possible, convert your file to the requested format. When the conversion is complete you will see a download link with which to retrieve your converted file.

Is it safe to convert my JPEG on

Yes, your files are automatically deleted from our servers after 15 minutes.

Can I convert my JPEG file using Android, iOS, Mac OS or Linux?

Yes, you can. Our JPEG file converters only require a modern web browser to convert your files.

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