Open the file folder containing the images you want to use and select up to 10.
Drag and drop them into the space provided above.
Download the converted images.
JPG images are a common choice for images produced by digital photography, and they are a good choice for pictures with complex colors and shading. While you do lose quality in JPG’s 10:1 compression, the smaller size makes JPGs suitable for web use because reducing the amount of data used for a photo is helpful for responsive presentation.
Yes, compressing JPG will cause the image to lose its quality, as the algorithm used to compress JPG images finds pixels that are essentially the same color, or value, and blocks them together into tiles. This creates a smaller file, but it also means you lose some data in the image, resulting in lower quality. If this is an issue for you, PNG will be a better option to go for.
If you have limited storage space, then converting your images from PNG to JPG can save you space. If you do not plan on printing out your photos or displaying them enlarged, then storing them in JPG file will be suitable for you.