A JPG is what file type on a computer?
A jpg otherwise known as jpeg is an image file. When you save an image from the internet .jpg or .jpeg is the default save extension.
.jpg Is a file extension where images are saved. KB or Kilobyte is a type of computer storage size.
a .jpg or JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) is a standard file type used for displaying an image or picture.
This is an image file. Usually jpg is used for photographs and other higher resolution images, but it can be any graphic item.
The official one is .ico or it can also use .JPG but the JPG file will look a little messed up.
When Saving As... type the name then .jpg and it will be saved as a jpg. However jpgs are pictures and if it dosent save as a jpg it might have some issues such as being too big of a file for a jpg, lacking the appropriate header information or any of hundreds of different reasons..
A JPG or JPEG file (short for Joint Photographic Experts Group) is an image file, typically a photograph or realistic painting. .jpg means the file is a JPEG file, which is a high pixel version of an image. JPEG's are the most commonly used image format on PC's.
it's an image file on your computer. when it comes to pictures, there also .jpegs and .bins
Jpgs are normally photographs.
.jpeg and .jpg both mean the same thing. It's just that the second name was introduced later so it may depend on the type of computer system you are using. Make sure all file drivers are updated.
Go to Google Images, click Advance Image Search, type in what you want to find and set the file type to JPG.
i think it could alter the way the computer opens the file?
compressed image file. Its like the MP3 equivalent for photos ha
A peice of software in the computer "grabs" Still frames and creates a Jpg file.
Get someone else to do it, preferably someone who knows how.
jpg (JPEG) is an image-file format. It is a style of compression readable by almost every computer nowadays. It supports a maximum image size of 65535×65535
You can use "paint", which is available in Windows to convert a jpg file into a bmp file. First, open paint. Then drag your jpg file into paint and save it as a bmp file.
Click 'File' Hover cursor over 'Save As' Select JPG Or Click 'Save As' This will open a list of your documents, at the bottom will be the filename and file type. Select JPEG in the file type section (Lower drop down bar)
Usually it is a .jpg or .jpeg (They are the same file type)
PDF files can easily be opened in Photoshop, from there all you need to do is save out as a JPG by selecting "Save as..." from the "File" menu, and changing the file type to JPG/JPEG before saving.
It depends on your file system. Some filesystems are CASE sensitive but typically JPG and jpg are the same thing.
.jpg is a picture format.
Type your answer here... file:///Users/gailo/Desktop/puffin13.jpg
An image file may be a jpg, jpe, or jpeg, which is a format designed by the Joint Photographers Expert Group format. It allows superior compression in exchange for a loss of visual quality.
You don't need to, just look at the file format. TTF is TrueType font, .jpg would be a type of bitmap font.
You can't open a csv file as a jpg file. A csv is a text format for letters and words and a jpg is a graphic format used for photographs, so they are not compatible. They are used for completely different things. You can convert some other graphic formats to jpg but you cannot convert text formats to jpg.
open the gif file into a any image editing software such as paint and "save as" jpg.
A file extension is used to identify to the computer and to the user what the type of file is. For example, if one sees a file such as MyProg.pas, this can be identified as a Pascal source code file. On the other hand, if the file is named XMas2014.jpg, then this is a JPEG picture. The extension is a way for the computer to know how to open the file when it is double-clicked… Read More
The message is generally that your computer does not know what program created a specific type of file. Use Google to search the file type, for example *.jpg or *.doc That will tell you the type of program that made the file. If it is a video file or image file, you can find free programs which will open most of these. Once you know the program, right-click the file and see if you have… Read More
You can't. JPG is pictures, excel is a worksheet with names and numbers. You might be able to turn an excel-file into a JPG, but then you would no longer be able to do calculations in the worksheet.
No. A Photoshop file would have .psd. .jpg is a standard format for photos. Files can be converted from one to the other easily with the Photoshop program.
open the file and use the print screen key. Paste it to mspaint and save it as jpeg file.
No. .mp3 files are Music storage file types, .jpg are image files.
Reducing the resolution or quality lowers the file size of a JPG image.
No part. The file extension (or suffix) can be used for this purpose, however there's no guarantee the file's extension matches the file's type and it won't tell you which application created the file. For instance, JPG files can be created by any image editing application, but the extension alone won't tell you which specific image editor created the file. And if you change a file's extension this won't change the file's type. A JPG… Read More
* matches anything. *.jpg would mean any file with a .jpg extension. 1*.jpg would mean any file where the name begins with 1 and ends with a .jpg ? matches any single character. ?.jpg would match a.jpg, 1.jpg, or F.jpg but not a1.jpg. Several ? wildcards can be used so that ??.jpg would match any jpg file with a two letter name.
.JPG files are a well established standard format that can be used on most computer systems, including Windows and Macs, without any problems.
The file extention is just .jpg The 128 x 96 is just a file size - it is NOT part of the extention.
I am assuming that you mean 'What does a computer scanner transform printed material into?' It transforms it into an image file such as .bmp or .jpg. It can then be manipulated as though it were a photograph.
Nothing. .jpg is the default file extension for saving non-animated images.
You will use a JPEG or JPG when you have a picture and you save it to a file , Sometimes it may be too large & JPG will remove some of the information to keep the file size small and condensed (: Hope this helped - Kayla
File extension helps to recognise its 'File Type'. If related application is already installed / available that will automatically recognise the file based on extension and allows us to access it. Without extension file will be invalid / not accessible, because as i said earlier each and every application / software will recognise its file based on the file extension. (ex: .jpg - JPG Image, .doc - Word Document, .ppt - Power Point file)
A common image file format. Also known as JPEG, this format is usually used for photos and other images.
just type D:\\Songs\ Tum mile.mp3 Whatever the directory is ok
Try a Different file type (e.g. .jpg instead of .gif)
To open a jpeg (.jpg) file on a Mac the user is required to double click on the file's icon.
.jpg The file formats that can be added to a power point show are .wav, .jpg and .gif.
Try your "Save As" function and then where it says "type of file" look for *.jpg or *.jpeg. If it's there then your computer has the software to store the image in that format. If not, you may need to buy software, but most computers read at least jpegs.
.jpg and .jpegs are non-animated pictures/images.
Tiff and Jpg are both image file formats. Tiff stands for: Tag Image File Format and Jpg stands for: Joint Photographic Group. Jpg is also now known as Jpeg, the E stands for Experts.
Different devices use different file formats. One type of file may not be readable by another device. For example - you may have a picture stored in GIF format - but a device you have might not recognise that format - and you would (perhaps) need to convert the file to a JPG.