2JPEG converter news and events
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The latest version 2JPEG 8.3 has just been released to offer its consumers a wider range of abilities and functionality. 2JPEG is usually installed on server or on workstations to convert a large number of files to JPG automatically in batch mode.
We hope this article has given you a good overview of the JPEG file format, why it is so popular, and some of the benefits of using it. Check back regularly for more information about images and software products to make using and converting images, like JPEG files, easier than ever before.
List of image files and documents 2JPEG 8.2 can convert in batch mode now contains 275 positions and includes Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word DOC, Excel XLS, PowerPoint PPT, PNG, TIFF, RAW, GIF, HTML, XPS, TXT, RTF and many others.
The newest version of 2JPEG allows conversion from XPS to JPG via the command line.
2JPEG is command line utility that is used to convert TIFF to JPG and to reduce the image size has been updated and improved by its developing company fCoder Group, Inc. The new version of 2JPEG lets customers reduce the size of image files and specify the resolution of PDF and XPS documents before converting them to JPG.
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2JPEG 8.0 is free for non-commercial use. Among the formats the software supports are PDF and Photo Camera RAW. The updated program version offers many improvements in the image processing graphics core.