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Free PNG to JPG converter

Strike a balance between file size and photo quality when you convert PNG to JPG. Use Canva’s online PNG to JPG converter to compress files, free up storage space, and make high-quality images ready for sharing on the web or social media.

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How to convert PNG to JPG

Compress photos and save storage space

Convert from PNG to different formats

Working with memory-intensive files? Free up drive space by compressing images with very little loss of quality. Change PNG to JPG to shrink file size for convenient storage and display. Not only will the reduced file size make it quicker to download and share on the web, but they’ll also be easy to open across devices and applications.

Enhance your images with creative details

Enhance your images

Do more than just a PNG to JPG convert. Put a creative spin on your images with quick edits and enhancements. Turn lackluster shots into striking images by playing with fun filters, modifying brightness(opens in a new tab or window) and contrast, or applying stylish frames(opens in a new tab or window). You can also add stickers, icons(opens in a new tab or window), and other graphic elements for more visual impact. Take advantage of our powerful editing tools and give an artistic touch to your pictures before saving them in JPG format.

Convert formats for everyday use

Convert from PNG to JPG

JPGs are the most widely used image file format — compatible with most devices, networks, and apps, with no extensive processing needed. Whether sharing photos of your vacation, putting up assets on your site, or displaying your best shots for your portfolio, easily convert from PNG to JPG. Simply select or drag and drop your PNG file, then jump into the editor with your image ready for download as a high-quality JPG. Create, edit, and collaborate on designs, then quickly shorten links(opens in a new tab or window) for free — all in one place.

How to change PNG to JPG

How to change PNG to JPG

Launch Canva via the app or a web browser to access our PNG converter to JPG. Start your design project from a blank layout or work off a ready-made template.

Select your desired PNG file from your device or drag and drop it onto the page. Our PNG to JPG tool should upload your image to the editor and have it ready to download in your desired format.

Add finishing touches to your image with our built-in photo editor. Resize or crop your picture, apply frames and borders, or add icons, stickers, and other graphic elements from our extensive media library.

Once you’re happy with your final edit, click “Share” on the upper right corner of the dashboard, then choose JPG as the image file output format before downloading to convert your image from PNG to JPG.

Once downloaded, use your newly converted JPG image in many ways. Add it to your presentations and existing Canva designs, send it as an email attachment, or enjoy its reduced file size and store it in your device or Cloud folders.

Frequently Asked Questions

PNG and JPG are image file formats with different compression processes. PNG files retain image quality with larger file sizes, while JPG has some quality loss but a much smaller versatile file size. JPG is the default file format for storing images, making it ideal for real-world photos, such as pictures of people or nature. Meanwhile, PNG supports transparent backgrounds, unlike JPG. They work best for drawings and illustrations with heavy lines and text.

Both file formats have their advantages and disadvantages — which format to use depends upon the kind of image you have and how you plan to use it. JPG photos take up less storage space, so you can save many pictures on your device or drive. They’re also helpful for web images, as the smaller size lets pages load faster for users.

PNG format is apt if you’re planning to edit or repurpose your image, as it supports background transparency. PNG also uses lossless compression — images maintain their quality no matter how often you save, open, or resize them.

Yes, JPG and JPEG are the same image file formats. The only difference between the two is the characters used. JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group - the committee that proposed the JPEG image file format. JPEG was shortened to JPG because earlier versions of Windows required a three-character file extension name. These days both Windows and Mac systems accept longer file extensions, which is why you’ll see both JPG and JPEG formats in computers, smartphones, social media, and on the web.
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