Category: image conversion

Convert WEBP to JPG on Mac from Finder with a Quick Action

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Did you know you can quickly convert a webp image file to JPG, right from the Mac Finder? Thanks to Quick Actions, this is by far the simplest and fastest way to convert webp files to JPEG format on the Mac.

Modern versions of MacOS system software support the excellent Quick Actions feature, that offer handy image editing and management features like rotating pictures or converting image file types to JPG or others, and that includes converting webp images. Not only does the Quick Action allow you to convert a single webp image, but you can also batch convert…

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How to Batch Convert HEIC to JPG (Mac & Windows PC)

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Have a bunch of HEIC files you want to batch convert to JPG? Whether you transferred a bunch of photos from iPhone or iPad to a Mac or PC only to realize there could be compatibility issues, or if you downloaded photos shared by someone else and they’re in the HEIC format, you may be wondering how you can bulk convert all the HEIC images to a more compatible image format like JPG. There are several ways to do this, but one of the easiest is with the help of a free app.

For those who aren’t aware or who are new to iOS devices, HEIC is a relatively new file…

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How to Convert WebP Images to JPG on Mac

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Do you want to convert some WebP images that are stored on your Mac to JPEG? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that you can get this done pretty easily on your Mac. The best part is that you don’t have to install any additional software on your computer, since the feature is natively available on macOS.

WebP is an image format developed by Google that utilizes both lossy and lossless compression to reduce the file size. In comparison to a typical JPEG image which is the most popular image format, WebP can be anywhere between 25-35% smaller in file size with…

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