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• Large, high-quality, real-world scanned photos are best material for conversion to JPEG format. • Do not convert black and white images to JPEG that works best with smooth and subtle color palette. B&W images are best on GIF. • Even on colored images make sure to smoothen out sharp edges before carrying out conversion. A gray-scale image is much easier for a JPEG format. • Avoid converting images that have already been converted before. Re-conversion spoils quality of images. It’s best to work with original scanned images here.
To explain how format conversion is carried out here’s an example:
1. In a Windows operating system go to Start menu – Accessories – Paint 2. Create an image with program and save it in BMP format. Now Close file 3. To convert it into say JPEG, re-open file 4. Go to File menu and click Save As 5. Rename file in File name box and in Save as Type drop down box click on format you want it to be converted to. In this case “JPEG File Interchange Format (*.jpg, *. jpeg,)” 6. Click on Save button. Your file is now converted from BMP to JPEG.
If you want to change BMP to GIF, follow same procedure except that in Save as Type box click on “Graphics Interchange Format (.gif)” Once an image has been converted from one format to another, say GIF to JPEG, some of information is lost. You can’t go back to original file. Therefore it is always advisable that you make a copy of original file before converting it.
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