Convert jpeg format with powerful jpeg converter

Kigo Image Converter is a powerful and easy-to-use image converter, photos converter and thumbnails maker utility, it can covert image files format, add watermark to photos, resize images and make thumbnails in batch at a time. Moreover it's a totally free software for Windows users.

What is more, Kigo Image Converter is also a jpeg converter. It can not only convert many existing types of JPEG format, but also convert other popular image format to jpeg.

How to convert jpeg to bmp with Kigo Image Converter

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You can just drag the image files to the main window to add the images you want to convert.

Add JPEG to convert

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Customized settings.

In "General" page, you can choose bmp from the "Output Format" drop-down list. Besisdes bmp, there are jpg, j2k, jpc, png, tif, tga and pcx output formats. You can use the default destination folder to save the converted images, or you can click Browse to set the output folder.

Tip 1. You can resize the images in "Size" page to make thumbnails. You can fill the "size factor" to zoom the image, or you can fill the exact width and height of the image by pixel. If "Keep aspect ratio" is checked, the converted images will keep aspect ratio.

Tip 2. You can also add watermark in "Watermark" page. You can either fill the text or choose a picture to put on the image. Select alignment in the pull-down list to decide where to place the watermark on image. You can click "Preview" button to preview the image with the watermark.

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Now you can click the "CONVERT" button to start conversion.

You only need little time to finish the conversion. Kigo Image Converter is an professional jpeg converter, just free download it and take a try.

What is jpeg?

JPEG is the most common image format used by digital cameras and other photographic image capture devices; along with JPEG / JFIF, it is the most common format for storing and transmitting photographic images on the World Wide Web. These format variations are often not distinguished, and are simply called JPEG. There are lots of formats, but JPEG is the most popular one.

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