Do you have a ton of BMP, TIFF, or other high-quality raster image files lying around on your PC and taking up space? Many of these ‘heavy’ picture formats are extremely useful for graphic designers, artists, and photographers – but not so much for regular users. Rather than having to choose whether or not to delete those pictures because they’re taking up too much space – it would be better to just convert them to a more compression-friendly format such as JPG.
For the uninitiated, this may sound hard – but it really isn’t. With the help of the Movavi Video Converter for Windows, it should actually take just a couple of clicks and you’ll be able to convert any and all of your ‘heavy’ pictures into a much ‘lighter’ JPG format that w/ill save you a ton of space.
To do so just add the images that you want to convert to the Movavi Video Converter for Windows by clicking on the ‘Add Image’ button. Then choose the ‘JPEG’ format under the ‘Convert to’ list. If you have any trouble finding it, it should be located in the ‘Image formats’ category.
Once you’ve done that you can click ‘Convert’ and your pictures will start to be converted. Assuming you want to specify a folder to save them, you can change the ‘Destination’ folder before you start the conversion.
It may seem odd that you’re using a software for video conversions to convert images – but that is part what makes the Movavi Video Converter for Windows so appealing. Not only can it convert video and images, but it can convert audio too – so you should never have any issues when you want to switch the format of any of your files.
Honestly the conversion process is really similar no matter what type of file you’re converting, and because it has such an intuitive and user-friendly interface you should have no issues figuring out how to convert any file that you need. Of course, if you’d just like to use it as a JPEG converter then that is up to you too.
All said and done you’ll find that this is really pretty much the easiest and fastest way to convert your heavy pictures to JPG so that they can be stored without taxing your hard drive too much.
Republished by Imagincreation