Frequently Asked Questions


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It depends on your needs - a JPG always compresses with loss, but is much smaller in size than a PNG. PNG uses classic lossless compression and is better suited for subsequent photo processing.
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First of all, to preserve the quality of the picture in PNG format. Secondly, to convert photos on Windows, where there is no native support.
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The most obvious answer is to be able to share them with friends and family. At the moment, no web browser can display photos in these formats.
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The converter will extract them all by adding numbering to the file name.
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Yes, the converter is capable of working with 10-bit color, but it is recommended to save photos in PNG format, because JPEG only supports 8-bit color.
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In our opinion, it makes no sense, because your original photos are already compressed with losses and the quality will decrease even more during conversion. In this respect it is more interesting to convert to AVIF format which provides smaller file size with the same parameters. We will add this feature in future versions of the program.