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How to convert HEIC to JPEG

Without installing any application or plug-in, you can easily convert from your phone or computer by following the steps below from our online application.

  1. Select or drag a JPG file from your computer or mobile phone by clicking the "Choose File" button above.
  2. Make all settings like image quality, resizing before converting to HEIC file.
  3. Click the "Convert" button to start the file upload and conversion process.
  4. If a problem occurs, repeat the process from the beginning, following the on-screen instructions.
  5. If everything goes well, download your JPEG file from the "Download JPEG" button in the output message on your page.

That's all! With our trust and privacy-oriented file converter, you can convert dozens of file formats online for free, without registration!

About HEIC File Format

HEIC file format, which is included in the HEIF standard, which stands for High Efficiency Image File, appears with the '.heic' extension. Although it is mostly seen on technology giant Apple's iPhone and iPad models, this method does not belong to Apple. In addition, you have the opportunity to disable the format in question on these devices. However, this method is used as standard on iOS 11 and higher devices. The HEIC format, which provides higher quality images with a smaller file size compared to common methods such as JPG, may confuse some users when it comes to opening them, since it is not common. In order to eliminate this confusion, it may be necessary to convert .heic files to different image formats such as JPEG.

About JPEG File Format

JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) is a widely used file format for compressing and storing digital images. It is a lossy compression format, meaning that it achieves high compression ratios by discarding some of the image data during compression. The compression reduces the file size significantly while maintaining an acceptable level of image quality. JPEG is commonly used for photographs, digital camera images, and web graphics due to its efficient compression algorithm. It supports millions of colors and can handle complex images with smooth color transitions. However, since it is a lossy format, repeated editing and saving of JPEG images can result in a gradual loss of image quality due to the compression artifacts accumulating over time.