Convert EPS to JPG

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Convert your file from Adobe Encapsulated PostScript File to Joint Photographic Experts Group JFIF format with this EPS to JPG converter.

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To convert in the opposite direction, click here to convert from JPG to EPS:
JPG to EPS converter

Try the JPG conversion with a EPS test file

Not convinced? Click on the following link to convert our demo file from EPS to JPG:
EPS to JPG conversion with our EPS example file.

EPS, Adobe Encapsulated PostScript File (.eps)

EPS is short for Encapsulated PostScript. Created by Adobe Systems in 1992, it is one standard format for the import and export of text and images. Due to the compatibility of an EPS file with all operating systems, this file extension is regularly used by publishers. The self-contained, DSC conforming PostScript documents enable the sending and receiving of graphics which can be placed within...
What is EPS

JPG, Joint Photographic Experts Group JFIF format (.jpg)

Photos and images meant for email or posting on websites need to be compressed to reduce time of upload and download as well as to save on bandwidth. JPG files are commonly used for these purposes. The lossy compression is permanent and the lower the compression rate, the crisper the image will be. Digital cameras often operate using JPG images, and photo uploading usually request this file...
What is JPG