The three most common formats for photos/images are JPEG, PNG, and GIF.
JPEG is a compressed format, so it will be smaller in size than a PNG or GIF. However, JPEGs are not as good for line drawings or text because they can lose some of the detail.
PNG is an uncompressed format and therefore takes up more space than a JPEG, but it is good for preserving line drawings and text.
GIF is a compressed format that is best for small, simple images because it doesn’t lose as much detail as a JPEG.
How to Convert JPEG To JPG?
There are various ways to convert a JPEG file to a JPG file on a Mac.
1. Preview App
One way is to use the Preview app that comes pre-installed on all Macs.
- To use Preview to convert a JPEG to a JPG open the JPEG in Preview
- Go to File > Export.
- In the Export window, select JPG from the Format drop-down menu and then click Export.
2. Convert Files App
Another way to convert a JPEG to a JPG on a Mac is to use the convert files app.
- To use Convert Files, open the app and then drag the JPEG file into the convert files window.
- Select JPG from the drop-down menu next to the output format.
- Click the convert button.
Both of these methods will convert a JPEG to a JPG, but there are other ways to do it as well. If you know of another way to convert a JPEG to a JPG on a Mac, please let us know in the comments below. Hope that this article will helpful for you!