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Solved: convert image file into jpg file

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by alexinneedofhelp, Mar 28, 2008.

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  1. alexinneedofhelp

    alexinneedofhelp Thread Starter

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    how do you convert an image file into jpg file?thank you.
     
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    Hi alexinneedofhelp, and welcome to TSG.

    Exactly what do you mean by an "image file"? What is the exact file type (the filename extension on Windows based PCs)?

    There are several free and commercial programs that allow you to open various types of picture files and save them as JPG picture files.
     
  3. alexinneedofhelp

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    It's strange. i scanned some photos and other are listed as jpg's and other are listed as image files. i want to upload them to facebook but it only recognizes the jpg ones. thank you.
     
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    By any chance could they be Tagged Image File Format (abbreviated TIFF) files? Scanner software sometimes uses it for saving some types of scans. If they are TIFF (may have just a .TIF extension) files, you should be able to open them in MS-Paint ant then do a "Save as" and select JPG for the type.
     
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    solved it. thank you guys.
     
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