How to Create a JPEG File Online

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A JPEG is a common format used for digital images. In addition to creating JPEGs with graphics software such as Microsoft Paint and Adobe Photoshop, you can also create them online. If you want to create a JPEG from scratch, you can use an online photo editor. You can also create a JPEG from an existing file on your computer using a free online image converter. After creating the file, you can save it to your computer, attach it to an email or share it with friends on a social networking website.

Create a New JPEG

  • Open your preferred Web browser and go to the Online Image Editor website. Online Image Editor is free and allows you to design and save a custom JPEG.

  • Scroll to the "Get Started" section and click the "Create Canvas" tab. Type in the height and width for your canvas. After selecting your dimensions, choose a background color and click the "Create Canvas" button. The Online Image Editor project screen will appear.

  • Use the toolbar options to edit your canvas. You can add text and images to your design.

  • Click the "Wizards" toolbar tab when you finish creating your image.

  • Click the "Convert" button and select the JPG option from the "Convert to" drop-down menu. Click "Apply" to convert your image.

  • Right click your new image and select the "Save Image As" option. When the "Save Image" dialog box opens on your screen, you'll notice "JPEG Image" in the "Save as type" section. Name your new file and click "Save."

Convert an Existing File

  • Go to the Online Convert website, which provides a variety of online conversion tools.

  • Click the "Image Converter" menu on the left side of the screen and select "Convert to JPG."

  • Select the image you want to upload from your computer. If you want to convert an image online, enter the URL address of the image.

  • Select a quality setting for your image, such as "Best Quality" or "Medium." If you want to alter the size of your existing file, enter new pixel dimensions. You can also add effects to your photo, such as sharpen or enhance, in the "Enhance" section.

  • Click the "Convert File" button to convert your file to JPEG. When the process is complete, you can save the file to your computer or open it in your preferred graphics program.

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