JPG to ICO
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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.
ICO Image Format
ICO is the name of the format used for icons on Windows, such as the paintbrush and palette used for MS Paint, the tab file image for folders on File Explorer, or the different-coloured ‘W’, ‘X’, ‘P’, ‘O’ and ‘A’ logo icons used for Microsoft Office apps and files. The ICO format was developed by Microsoft especially for Windows. It’s not possible to associate an image with an app or file on a Windows device without using an ICO image.
ICO files contain one or more 2D ‘raster’ images – usually in different sizes so that they can be scaled appropriately as needed. The images are normally a lot smaller than most standard image files. You can use certain image editors and drawing programs to create ICO files from JPG or PNG files, or you can create the icons from scratch. Microsoft Paint, Adobe Photoshop and Preview for Mac can all be used to create ICO files. You can also use these programs to open and view ICO files.
How to convert a JPG to a ICO file?
- 1. Choose the JPG file that you want to convert.
- 2. Select ICO as the the format you want to convert your JPG file to.