JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) is a way to store images by compressing digital images, especially for natural or real scenes. However, it is not suite for online drawings and cartoons. When compressing images, some information will be lost. But human eyes won’t find the inconspicuous difference. There are two types of JPEG formats which are full-colored (stores 24 bits per pixel) and grayscale (stores 8 bits per pixel). Transparency or animation can’t be displayed by JPEGs. 

AVI is Audio Video Interleave. It’s a media format that combines audio and video synchronously.  DivX is a new digital video compression technology derived from MPEG4V3 encoding technology of Microsoft developed by DivXNetworks Cop.. XviD is the latest MPEG-4 codec and also the first real free open source code with its first version launched in Feb, 2002.

To convert jpg to avi with divx or xvid, please download Picture To Video Converter, install DivX codec or XivD as the video compressor.

To convert jpg to mkv, please install mkv codec first.



Exchangeable Image File (Exif) is a specification for the image file format used by digital cameras. It can store digital photograph’s properties information and the shooting data. Exif is introduced by the Japan Electronic Industries Development Association (JEIDA). Version 2.2 is dated April 2002. Exif is existing in JPEG, TIFF, RIFF files, with the addition of specific metadata tags. It is not supported in JPEG 2000, PNG, or GIF.

To convert exif to avi mkv with divx xvid, please download JPG/JPEG Photo Converter , convert exif to jpg first.

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