Use free Kigo Image Converter to Convert bitmap to jpeg
What are bitmap and jpeg?
Bitmap is also known as bmp, which is an image file format used to store digital images, especially on Microsoft Windows and OS/2 operating systems. Bitmap file stores uncompressed images, so bitmap images occupy a lot of space.
Jpeg is the acronym for Joint Photographic Experts Group, and it is also known as jpg. JPEG is the most common image format used by digital cameras and other photographic image capture devices. It is the most common format for storing and transmitting photographic images on the World Wide Web.
Why to convert bitmap to jpeg?
Bmp is a widely used image format, but it does not use any compression which results in large file size. Jpg is also a widely used image format. It is a platform-independent format, and its greatest advantage is to support the highest level of compression.
If you have many bmp images, they will occupy a lot of space. So you need to convert them into other formats like jpg to save your storage space.
How to convert bitmap to jpeg with Kigo Image Converter?
As bitmap files' extension name is .bmp, and jpeg files' extension name is .Jpg, so here we will show you step by step how to convert bmp to jpg.
You should first download free Kigo Image Converter, install and run it. Then you can click "Add" button to add bmp images. You can import more than one bmp file, because batch conversion is supported.
You can set output format and output folder in General page. Choose jpg as output format in the drop-down list. You can use the default output folder we provide you.
After finishing all the preparations, just click CONVERT button to start converting bmp to jpg. Wait until the process bar go to the end. The conversion is quick and in high quality.
Kigo Image Converter is a powerful image converter software. It is easy to use and totally free. With it, you don't need to convert images one by one, because you can convert them by batch. You also can convert bmp format to other popular formats like J2K, PCX, JPC, TIFF, PNM and TGA. In addition, you can set the output folder as you like, resize the photos by batch in Size page, make thumbnails, add text or image watermark to photos and preview images with watermark. Have a try right now!