How to Convert PNG to JPEG/JPG Images with Ease

The original PNG images can be converted one by one to web-ready JPEG images with almost any image editor program. However if we handle dozens or even hundreds of pictures, converting the images one by one will be very time consuming.

JPEG and PNG image formats

The most well-know and used file format for storing digital images is JPEG, also known as JPG. JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group JFIF image format and it uses a lossy image compression algorithm. A lossy compression algorithm means image data will be lost every time the image is saved. However the resulting picture will often be undistinguishable from the original, by the human eye.

If multiple edits are applied on the same digital pic, with data being lost every time the image is saved, it is necessary to keep a backup copy in a lossless compression format like PNG. PNG is the short-hand for Portable Network Graphics and is a well know Internet file format for storing unaltered and high-quality images.

Image converter software tool

Instead of converting images one by one we could use a batch converter software capable of converting hundreds of PNG to JPG/JPEG images in one operation.

BatchPhoto is a specially designed software program for changing image file formats very fast, in batch mode. The program can convert PNG to JPEG/JPG files and at the same time rename, change images' sizes, or annotate with comments, date/time, watermarks, and more!

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More than a converter software

BatchPhoto is not only a fast PNG to JPG/JPEG converter application it also features extensive image editing operations. With BatchPhoto you can convert PNG to JPG/JPEG image files and at the same time geometrically transform your pics, touch-up and even apply special effects like sepia, black & white. But that's not all!

Change PNG to JPG/JPEG

Note: BatchPhoto works on Windows® 8, 7, Vista, and XP as well as Mac® OS X Mountain Lion (10.8), Lion (10.7) and Snow Leopard (10.6).