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CR2 Image Format CR2 Converter
A CR2 file format also goes by its full name of a Canon Raw version 2 image file, and, as the name implies, it’s a raw image file that’s been created by a Canon digital camera. A CR2 file, like other raw image files, is a file that hasn’t undergone any processing or compression, meaning the image data has been stored in a way that mirrors exactly what was captured by the camera’s sensor. This means that the file is incredibly crisp and high quality but also large in size.
Raw image files, like the CR2 file, are used by photographers when printing because they often want the highest-quality print they can get - therefore, they use the sharpest picture available. For the ordinary user, CR2 files tend to be converted to more accessible image file types, like the JPG format, meaning they undergo some compression and there’s some loss of quality.
CR2 files are easily opened, and can be opened by Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Photos, Apple Photos and Preview for macOS.
JPG Image Format JPG Converter
JPG, or JPEG, is one of the most widely used digital image formats. JPG is a universal format which can be opened by almost all image-viewing or -editing programs, by web browsers, and by certain other apps, and they’re supported by most devices. JPGs are 2D pixel-based ‘raster’ images, which makes them better for photographs or scans, rather than digital illustrations which are often better as ‘vector’ images. Many cameras, smartphones, and basic photo or drawing programs will automatically save into JPG format. However, you can usually adjust settings to save into other formats if needed.
JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group, which is the name of the committee that standardised the format. JPG is a ‘lossy’ format, meaning that it is compressed to save storage space and make it easier to share. This compression can affect quality, but this loss of quality isn’t noticeable to most users.
How to convert a CR2 to a JPG file?
- 1. Choose the CR2 file that you want to convert.
- 2. Select JPG as the the format you want to convert your CR2 file to.
- 3. Click "Convert" to convert your CR2 file.
Convert from CR2
Using Zamzar, it is possible to convert CR2 files to a variety of other formats:CR2 to BMP CR2 to GIF CR2 to JPG CR2 to PCX CR2 to PDF CR2 to PNG CR2 to TGA CR2 to TIFF CR2 to WBMP CR2 to WEBP
Frequently asked questions
If you’ve got any questions about converting or compressing files with Zamzar, we’re happy to help! We’ve answered a few commonly-asked questions below, to get you started, and you can find out more information about file conversion and compression with Zamzar, in our Help centre.
One of the simplest and quickest methods to change a CR2 file to a JPEG file (also known as a JPG file) is to use Zamzar’s free online converter tool (https://www.zamzar.com/convert/cr2-to-jpg/) - using the easy online three-step process.
Alternatively, download and install the latest Microsoft Camera Codec here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/download/details.aspx?id=40309. Once installed, launch the Photo Gallery application, and find your CR2 file. Double-click the file and your image will appear. Click the three dots (ellipsis) in the top right-hand corner and click ‘Save As’, then select ‘JPG’ as the ‘Save As’ format.
On a Mac, open your file with your ‘Preview’ application, then click on ‘File’ in the navigation bar and select ‘Export’. From there you can choose “JPEG” as the option to save to.
You can convert your Canon RAW file to JPEG using Zamzar’s free online converter tool (https://www.zamzar.com/convert/cr2-to-jpg/). The 3-step process is simple, easy to understand, and quicker than downloading specialist software to convert your file, such as ImageMagick.
A CR2 file (also known as a Canon Raw 2 (2nd edition) file) is a file format that reflects what was captured by a Canon camera sensor. Files are large due to the high resolution of the image and its raw, uncompressed format.
A JPG file (also known as a JPEG file) is a compressed image file format used to share or display images digitally.
You can easily view CR2 files by converting them to JPG using Zamzar’s free converter tool (https://www.zamzar.com/convert/cr2-to-jpg/). Alternatively, you could use a suitable software downloaded to your device, such as the Microsoft Camera Codec Pack or Canon RAW Coded software, or you could use a third-party application, such as Adobe Lightroom, IrfanView, or UFRaw to open your files.
You can batch convert your RAW files to JPEG using Zamzar’s online converter (https://www.zamzar.com/convert/cr2-to-jpg/). Simply choose your files in step 1; then select ‘JPG’ as the output format in step 2; and click ‘Convert Now’ in step 3. Your files will immediately begin converting, and once complete you can download your files from the same page, or view them in your ‘My Files’ area if you have a paid subscription.