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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 Add & Remove Quick Actions on Mac

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Do you use Quick Actions to perform certain tasks on your Mac with just a simple click? If so, do you want to add more Quick Actions? Or, perhaps you want to delete a custom quick action that you created? Adding and removing Quick Actions is pretty easy to do on a Mac.

For people who aren’t aware, or are new to the macOS ecosystem, Quick Actions is a feature that helps users carry out various automated tasks like image rotation, markup, creating PDF, etc. In addition to the default set of Quick Actions that are already available on the Mac, users are free to

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How to Create Custom Quick Actions on Mac

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Quick Actions are a handy feature that allows users to perform tasks such as markup, image rotation, create PDF, etc by simply right-clicking on a file. However, you’re not just limited to the default set of Quick Actions and you can create a custom Quick Action that does a lot more, from scratch.

For people who aren’t aware, this Quick Action functionality was introduced with the release of macOS Mojave back in 2018. If you have a workflow that you use on a regular basis, like resizing an image or adding your watermark to a bunch of photos, you can create…

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How to Combine Files Into a PDF on Mac

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Have a variety of files you’d like to combine into a single PDF file? You can do that right on the Mac.

Perhaps you have a handful of documents you’re working with, or perhaps you need to send along multiple PDF files via email. When appropriate, you can combine these files into a single PDF file and then work with that document easily.

Merging PDF files may be necessary when there are different pages to combine into a single document. Many users may rely on using a third-party PDF editor to accomplish this task, but you can do this without installing any…

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How to Rotate a Movie in Mac Finder with Quick Actions

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Modern MacOS versions include a handy Quick Action feature that allows users to quickly rotate movie files to the left, and without launching any application. Instead, the video file rotation happens entirely in the Mac Finder.

Rotating a video or movie that has been filmed in vertical orientation (or horizontal orientation) can often be necessary to improve the viewing experience of that particular video, and while you can rotate videos in Mac OS by using QuickTime Player, this Quick Action method may be a faster solution for many Mac users.

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