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Convert PDF Files From The Following Formats:

File Extension

Description

Microsoft Word Document...

In computing, DOC or doc (an abbreviation of "document") is a filename extension for word processing documents, most commonly in the proprietary Microsoft Word Binary File Format.

Microsoft Word document that contains embedded macros...

A DOCM file is a document created by Microsoft Word, a popular word processor included with Microsoft Office. It contains embedded macros that can be executed within the document. DOCM files are used to automate Word Open XML document (.DOCX) tasks by adding advanced macro functionality.

Microsoft Word document used to author business, academic, and personal documents...

DOCX files are Microsoft Word documents commonly used to author business, academic, and personal documents. These files can contain a variety of document content, including text, images, shapes, styles, and page formatting.

Microsoft PowerPoint editable slide show...

A .PPT file is an editable slide show created by Microsoft PowerPoint or another presentation program, such as OpenOffice Impress or Apple Keynote. PPT files are used for creating presentations in the home and business environments.

Microsoft PowerPoint Open XML Presentation file...

A file with the PPTX file extension is a Microsoft PowerPoint Open XML Presentation file. These files are used to store slide show presentations. PPTX files use a combination of XML and ZIP to compress its contents.

XLS is a spreadsheet file format created by Microsoft for use with Microsoft Excel...

XLS is a file extension for a spreadsheet file format created by Microsoft for use with Microsoft Excel. XLS stands for eXceL Spreadsheet. Microsoft Excel files use a proprietary format for storing Microsoft Excel documents. This file format is known as the Binary Interchange File Format (BIFF).

XLSX extension is used by Microsoft Excel 2007 and later...

There are differences in the XLSX and XLS formats created by Excel. While XLS files use a proprietary binary format, XLSX files use a newer file format referred to as Open XML. The XLS extension is used by Microsoft Excel 2003 and earlier and the XLSX extension is used by Microsoft Excel 2007 and later.

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Convert PDF Files To The Following Formats:

File Extension

Description

AbiWord...

Word processing document created with AbiWord, a free word processor developed by the AbiSource community; supports rich text formatting, advanced document layouts, images, tables, lists, and footnotes.

.AW

Applix Words...

Answer Wizard files are data files saved in the .aw format using an application developed by Microsoft.

Amazon Kindle eBook File...

An AZW file is a digital eBook formatted for the Amazon Kindle, a wireless reading device. It contains formatted book text and chapter markers and is similar to a Mobipocket .PRC file. AZW files can be transferred from a PC to the Kindle via a standard USB connection and can also be read using the Kindle desktop software.

Bitmap Image File...

A BMP file is an uncompressed raster image comprised of a rectangular grid of pixels. It contains a file header (bitmap identifier, file size, width, height, color options, and bitmap data starting point) and bitmap pixels, each with a different color.

Comma-Separated Values...

A CSV file is a comma separated values file commonly used by spreadsheet programs such as Microsoft Excel or OpenOffice Calc. It contains plain text data sets separated by commas with each new line in the CSV file representing a new database row and each database row consisting of one or more fields separated by a comma. CSV files are often opened by spreadsheet programs to be organized into cells or used for transferring data between databases.

DocBook XML...

DocBook is a semantic markup language for technical documentation.

Deja Vu...

A DJVU file is a compressed image format developed by AT&T and marketed by LizardTech. It contains a scanned document, which may include text, images, or drawings. DJVU files are designed to allow content developers to scan high-resolution color pages of books, magazines, comics, catalogs, etc. and publish them on the web.

Microsoft Word document...

A DOC file is a word processing document created by Microsoft Word, or another word processing program, such as OpenOffice Writer or Apple Pages. It may contain formatted text, images, tables, graphs, charts, page formatting, and print settings.

Microsoft Word Template with Macros Enabled...

A DOCM file is a document created by Microsoft Word, a popular word processor included with Microsoft Office. It contains embedded macros that can be executed within the document. DOCM files are used to automate Word Open XML document (.DOCX) tasks by adding advanced macro functionality.

Microsoft Office Open XML...

A DOCX file is a document created by Microsoft Word or another word processing program, such as OpenOffice Writer or Apple Pages. It contains formatted text but may also include images, drawn objects, and other document elements. DOCX files are widely used in home, academic, and business environments for drafting letters, resumes, invitations, newsletters, and other documents.

Microsoft Word 97-2003 Template File...

A DOT file is a template created by Microsoft Word, a word processing application and may be opened by various word processors. It contains pre-formatted document settings, such as headers, footers, margins, font sizes, and other common page styles. DOT files are used to create multiple documents that have similar formatting, such as company letterheads, business memos, or envelopes.

Microsoft Word Template with Macros Enabled...

A DOTM file is a document template created by Microsoft Word, a word processing program. It contains the default layout, settings, and macros for a document. DOTM files are used to create a new .DOCM document with embedded macros.

Microsoft Word Template File...

A DOTX file is a template created by Microsoft Word, a word processing program. It contains default layouts and settings for a document, including styles, AutoText, toolbars, and macros. DOTX files are used as a baseline to create multiple .DOCX documents with the same formatting.

Encapsulated PostScript File...

An EPS file is a graphics file saved in the Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) file format. It may contain 2D vector graphics, bitmap images, and text. EPS files also include an embedded preview image in bitmap format.

Open eBook File...

An EPUB file is a digital ebook saved in the EPUB format, an open XML-based format for digital books and publications. It provides a standard digital publication format for publishers and consumers. EPUB files can be viewed with supporting software programs and hardware devices, such as the Sony Reader and Barnes & Noble Nook.

FictionBook 2.0 File...

An FB2 file is a FictionBook 2.0 file saved in an eBook format developed in Russia. It contains XML that describes each element of the book and is designed primarily for fictional literature. FB2 files can be viewed by various eBook readers for Windows, macOS, and Linux.

Graphical Interchange Format File...

A GIF file is an image file often used for web graphics. It may contain up to 256 indexed colors with a color palette that may be a predefined set of colors or may be adapted to the colors in the image. GIF files are saved in a lossless format, meaning the clarity of the image is not compromised with GIF compression.

Hypertext Markup Language File...

An HTML file is a webpage coded in HTML that can be displayed in a web browser. It is used to format text, tables, images, and other content that is displayed on a webpage. HTML files are widely used on the web as most pages within static websites have an ".html" extension.

JPEG Image...

A JPEG file is an image saved in a compressed graphic format standardized by the Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG). It supports up to 24-bit color and is compressed using lossy compression, which may noticeably reduce the image quality if high amounts of compression are used. JPEG files are commonly used for storing digital photos and web graphics.

JPEG Image...

A JPG file is an image saved in a compressed image format standardized by the Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG). It is commonly used for storing digital photos and used by most digital cameras to save images. JPG files are among the most common image files along with .PNG, .TIF, and .GIF.

KWord native format...

Text document created with KWord, a frame-based word-processing and desktop publishing program; includes advanced page formatting options and uses paragraph style sheets to apply styles to text, tables, columns, borders, etc.

Microsoft eBook File...

Electronic version of a book or other publication saved in the Microsoft LIT format; includes digital rights management (DRM) information, which protects copyrights by limiting the systems each book can be read on.

Sony Portable Reader File...

File used by Sony Reader, a mobile eBook reading device; contains data for a Sony "BroadBand eBook" (BBeB), including text, images, and pagination data; saved in a compressed binary format that includes a header, a specified number of objects, and an object index

Amazon Mobipocket eBook...

A MOBI file is an eBook saved in the MOBI format, a format originally used by the Mobipocket Reader but now supported by several different readers. It contains an eBook and may incorporate DRM copyright protection to prevent copying or unauthorized viewing. MOBI files are supported by various eReaders, tablets, PDAs, and desktop computer applications.

OpenDocument Graphic File...

An ODG file is a drawing created by Draw, an application available in the Apache OpenOffice suite. It contains a vector graphic, which defines an image using points, lines, and curves. ODG files are commonly used for logos, illustrations, and other drawings.

OpenDocument Presentation...

An ODP file is a presentation created by Impress, a presentation editing application included with Apache OpenOffice. It contains a presentation, which generally includes a title slide followed by content slides with text, images, multimedia content, and transition effects. ODP files are formatted using the OASIS XML-based OpenDocument standard.

ODF Text Document...

An ODT file is a text document created by various word processors, such as the Writer program included in Apache OpenOffice and LibreOffice. It contains different elements such as text, images, drawn objects, and styles. ODT files are formatted using the OASIS OpenDocument XML-based standard.

OpenDocument Text Document...

An ODT file is a text document created by various word processors, such as the Writer program included in Apache OpenOffice and LibreOffice. It contains different elements such as text, images, drawn objects, and styles. ODT files are formatted using the OASIS OpenDocument XML-based standard.

Open XML Paper Specification...

An OXPS file is a file created in the Open XML Paper Specification (OpenXPS) format, which is the same format used by .XPS files. It is similar to a .PDF file and describes the structure and content of a document.

Program Database...

A PDB file is a database file used by various applications, including Pegasus, Quicken, MS Visual Studio, and Palm Pilot software. It stores data in a structured format and is typically installed with the corresponding application.

Portable Document Format...

A PDF file is a multi-platform document created by Adobe Acrobat or another PDF application. The PDF format is commonly used for saving documents and publications in a standard format that can be viewed on multiple platforms. In many cases, PDF files are created from existing documents instead of from scratch.

ISO-Standardized Portable document format...

PDF/A is an ISO-standardized version of the Portable Document Format (PDF) specialized for use in the archiving and long-term preservation of electronic documents.

Portable Network Graphics...

A PNG file is an image file stored in the Portable Network Graphic (PNG) format. It contains a bitmap of indexed colors and uses lossless compression, similar to a .GIF file but without copyright limitations. PNG files are commonly used to store graphics for web images.

Microsoft PowerPoint Slideshow...

A PPS file is a slide show created by Microsoft PowerPoint, a popular program included with Microsoft Office for creating presentations. It is saved as a completed slide show, which can be viewed by PowerPoint, OpenOffice, and several other presentation programs. PPS files are similar to .PPT files but open as a slide show when double-clicked.

Microsoft PowerPoint Show...

A PPSX file is a slide show created by Microsoft PowerPoint or another presentation program, such as OpenOffice Impress or SoftOffice Presentations. It contains a finished collection of slides that are used for slide show playback. PPSX files are similar to .PPTX files but open as a presentation slide show when double-clicked, instead of a working presentation file.

Microsoft PowerPoint 97-2003 Presentation...

A PPT file is an editable slide show created by Microsoft PowerPoint or another presentation program, such as OpenOffice Impress or Apple Keynote. It may include formatted text, bullet points, images, movies, sound effects, and music. PPT files are commonly built from one of many templates included with the PowerPoint software, but may also be created from scratch.

Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation...

A PPTX file is a presentation file created by Microsoft PowerPoint or another presentation program, such as OpenOffice Impress or Apple Keynote. It contains a collection of slides, including their text, images, formatting, animations, drawn objects, and other media. PPTX files are commonly used in business meetings, marketing applications, and academic classroom settings.

Rich Text Format...

An RTF file is a common text file format that supports "rich text." It includes several types of text formatting, such as bold type, italics, different fonts and font sizes, and custom tab settings. RTF files also support objects and images, such as .JPG and .PNG files, saved within the text file.

OpenOffice Writer 1.0...

Word processing document originally created by StarOffice Writer, the word processor included with StarOffice suite; based on the OpenDocument XML format and is compatible with Apache OpenOffice (formerly OpenOffice.org) Writer, the successor to StarOffice Writer.

Text Compression for Reader...

eBook created in the TCR format, which was originally used by the older Psion Series 3 palmtop devices developed in the 1990s; stores the eBook text and formatting in a proprietary format used internally by the Psion device.

Tagged Image File Format...

A TIFF file is a graphics container that stores raster images. It may contain high-quality graphics that support color depths from 1 to 24-bit and supports both lossy and lossless compression. TIFF files also support multiple layers and pages.

Plaintext Text File...

A TXT file is a standard text document that contains unformatted text. It is recognized by any text editing or word processing program and can also be processed by most other software programs. TXT files are often created and opened using Microsoft Notepad and Apple TextEdit.

WordPerfect Document...

A WPD file is a text document created by Corel WordPerfect, a popular word processor. It may contain formatted text, tables, drawn objects, and images. WPD files are stored in a proprietary Corel format, but can be exported to other formats from within WordPerfect.

Microsoft Works Text Document...

A WPS file is a document created with Microsoft Works word processing software. It contains document elements similar to a Microsoft Word (.DOC) document, but does not include advanced formatting options and macros that a Word document may contain.

Microsoft Excel Worksheet Sheet (97-2003)...

An XLS file is a spreadsheet file created by Microsoft Excel or exported by another spreadsheet program, such as OpenOffice Calc or Apple Numbers. It contains one or more worksheets, which store and display data in a table format. XLS files may also store mathematical functions, charts, styles, and formatting.

Microsoft Office Open XML Worksheet...

An XLSX file is an Excel spreadsheet created by Microsoft Excel or another spreadsheet program, such as OpenOffice Calc or Apple Numbers. It stores data in worksheets, which contain cells arranged in a grid of rows and columns, and may also contain charts, mathematical functions, styles, and formatting. XLSX files are commonly used to store financial data and to create simple or complex mathematical models.

Online Audio Converter

Convert Audio Files To & From The Following Formats:

File Extension

Description

Amiga 8SVX...

8-Bit Sampled Voice (8SVX) is an audio file format standard developed by Electronic Arts for the Commodore-Amiga computer series.

Advanced Audio Coding...

Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) is an audio coding standard for lossy digital audio compression. Designed to be the successor of the MP3 format, AAC generally achieves better sound quality than MP3 at the same bit rate.

AC3 Audio File...

Audio file saved in the AC-3 (Dolby Digital) audio format; can include up to six channels of audio (DD 5.1 surround sound with subwoofer output); uses lossy compression and often used as the format for DVDs, cinema theaters, and game consoles.

Audio Interchange File Format...

Audio Interchange File Format (AIFF) is an audio file format standard used for storing sound data for personal computers and other electronic audio devices.

Ambisonic B-Format...

The .amb file format was proposed and defined by Richard Dobson in 2001, based on Microsoft's WAVE_FORMAT_EXTENSIBLE amendment to the WAV audio file format. It mandates the use of Furse-Malham encoding.

Adaptive Multi Rate...

An AMR file is an audio file saved in a compressed audio format developed by Ericsson. It is optimized for storing spoken audio and is used by many 3G cell phones to store voice recordings, which include MMS messages.

Monkey's Audio...

Audio file compressed using Monkey's Audio lossless compression algorithm; includes error detection and support for tags that store information about audio files; sometimes created with .CUE files to comprise an audio CD image.

.AU

Sun Microsystems AU files...

Audio file introduced by Sun Microsystems; used primarily on Sun or other Unix-based machines and has been adopted by several audio programs, including Adobe Audition and QuickTime; stores the data in three parts: a header (24 bytes), a variable length annotation block, and the actual audio data.

Audio Visual Research format...

Audio file format created by Audio Visual Research for the older Atari ST computer systems; can be 8 or 16-bit and contain 1 or 2 channels; not commonly used anymore.

Core Audio Format...

Digital audio format based on Apple's Core Audio technology; stores audio data as well as text annotations, markers, channel layouts, and other information; similar to an .AIFF or .WAVE file, but does not have a 4GB size limit and can store any number of audio channels.

Compact Disc Digital Audio (raw audio)...

Audio file ripped from a CD formatted using the CD Digital Audio specification; can be extracted using applications such as iTunes or Logic Pro; used for saving CD audio data to a computer, as well as burning new CDs.

Continuously Variable Slope Delta modulation...

Continuously variable slope delta modulation (CVSD or CVSDM) is a voice coding method. It is a delta modulation with variable step size (i.e., special case of adaptive delta modulation), first proposed by Greefkes and Riemens in 1970.

Continuously Variable Slope Delta modulation...

Continuously variable slope delta modulation (CVSD or CVSDM) is a voice coding method. It is a delta modulation with variable step size (i.e., special case of adaptive delta modulation), first proposed by Greefkes and Riemens in 1970. CVSD encodes at 1 bit per sample, so that audio sampled at 16 kHz is encoded at 16 kbit/s.

Digital Theater Systems...

Multi-channel audio file encoded in the Digital Theater Systems (DTS) format; saves five tracks of audio data used for surround sound; channels include center, left-front, right-front, left-rear, and right-rear.

Free Lossless Audio Codec...

A FLAC file is an audio file compressed in the Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC) format, which is an open source lossless audio compression format. It is similar to an .MP3 file, but is compressed without any loss in quality or loss of any original audio data

GSM 06.10 Lossy Speech Compression...

GSM 06.10 is a standardized lossy speech compression employed by most European wireless telephones. It uses RPE/LTP (residual pulse excitation/long term prediction) coding to compress frames of 160 13-bit samples (8 kHz sampling rate, i.e. a frame rate of 50 Hz) into 260 bits.

Compressed Audio File...

An M4A file is an audio file created in the MPEG-4 format, a multimedia container format used to store compressed audio and video data. It contains audio encoded with either the Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) codec or the Apple Lossless Audio Codec (ALAC).

MPEG 4 Ringtones Audio...

Custom iPhone ringtone created with iTunes; can only be created from songs purchased from the iTunes music store that allow ringtone creation; automatically transferred to the iPhone when the phone is synced with the computer using Apple iTunes.

MP3 Audio Format...

An MP3 file is an audio file saved in a compressed audio format developed by the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) that uses "Layer 3" audio compression. It is commonly used to store music and audiobooks with near-CD quality sound (stereo, 16-bit) and roughly 1/10 the size of a .WAV or .AIF file.

Ogg Vorbis Compressed Audio File...

An OGG file is a compressed audio file that uses free, unpatented Ogg Vorbis audio compression. It is similar to an .MP3 file, but sounds better than an MP3 file of equal size, and may include song metadata, such as artist information and track data. OGG files are supported by many software music players and some portable music players.

Speex...

Audio file compressed using Speex compression and saved in the Ogg Vorbis container format; designed as an audio compression format specifically for speech; compresses voice at 2 to 44 kbps and supports 8 kHz, 16 kHz, and 32 kHz compression in the same bitstream.

True Audio...

Audio file compressed with the Free Lossless True Audio codec (TTA); supports compression of multichannel 8, 16, and 24-bit .WAV data; compresses the original audio data with compression ratios of 30-70 percent.

Sound Blaster VOC files...

Audio file format used by Creative Labs hardware, such as SoundBlaster sound cards; may be audio clips, sound effects, or instrument sounds, which are also referred to as voices; VOC files are compressed to reduce file size.

Waveform Audio File Format...

A WAV file is an audio file that uses a standard digital audio file format utilized for storing waveform data. It allows audio recordings to be saved with different sampling rates and bitrates and is often saved in a 44.1 KHz, 16-bit, stereo format, which is the standard format used for CD audio.

Windows Media Audio...

A WMA file is an audio file saved in the Advanced Systems Format (ASF) proprietary format developed by Microsoft. It contains Windows Media Audio and metadata objects such as the title, artist, album, and genre of the track. WMA files are similar to .MP3 files and primarily used for streaming music from the web.

.WV

WavPack lossless audio compression...

Audio file compressed using WavPack Hybrid Lossless Compression; supports both lossy and lossless compression, which produces high-quality compressed files; the compression ratio is typically between 30% and 70%.

.XA

Maxis XA files...

These are 16-bit ADPCM audio files used by Maxis games.

Sonic Foundry’s 64-bit RIFF/WAV format...

Audio container file created in Sony's Wave64 format, which is supported by various Sony audio editing programs; useful for audio editing because it supports arbitrary sampling frequencies, channels, and bit depths.

Compressed Audio File...

An M4A file is an audio file created in the MPEG-4 format, a multimedia container format used to store compressed audio and video data. It contains audio encoded with either the Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) codec or the Apple Lossless Audio Codec (ALAC).

A headerless file of Dialogic/OKI ADPCM audio data...

Audio file encoded in Dialogic's ADPCM (VOX) format, a format used for saving human speech audio; saves digitized voice data sampled at a low rate; enables the audio data size to be small while still maintaining clarity; used by computer telephony systems.

Yamaha TX-16W sampler...

12-bit audio wave file created by the Yamaha TX16W sampler; proprietary format created by Yamaha, similar to a .WAV file; supports 16, 33, and 50 kHz samples; samples used for the attack and loop sections must each be smaller than 128K.

Online Video Converter

Convert Video Files To & From The Following Formats:

File Extension

Description

Third Generation Partnership Project...

A 3G2 file is a multimedia file saved in an audio and video format developed by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project 2 (3GPP2). 3G2 files are designed for transmitting multimedia content over the Internet and are used by cell phones to save video files.

Third Generation Partnership Project...

A 3GP file is a multimedia file saved in an audio and video container format developed by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP). It stores video and audio streams that are transmitted between 3G mobile phones and over the Internet.

Advanced Authoring Format...

File used by Avid audio editing and production software products such as Avid Pro Tools and Avid Media Composer; contains links to audio and video files as well as editing decisions that are applied to the audio and video data.

Advanced Systems Format...

An ASF file is a media file stored in the Advanced Systems Format (ASF), a proprietary video and audio container format. It contains audio and video data and optional metadata, such as title, author, and copyright bibliographic data. ASF files are developed by Microsoft primarily for streaming media.

AOMedia Video 1...

AOMedia Video 1 (AV1) is an open, royalty-free video coding format designed for video transmissions over the Internet. It was developed by the Alliance for Open Media (AOMedia).

Advanced Video Coding High Definition...

A file-based format for digital recording and playback of high-definition video; its name is an acronym which stands for Advanced Video Coding High Definition.

Audio Video Interleave...

An AVI file is a video file saved in the Audio Video Interleave (AVI) multimedia container format created by Microsoft. It stores video and audio data that may be encoded in a variety of codecs, including DivX and XviD. AVI files can be opened by various videos players, such as Microsoft Movies & TV, Windows Media Player, and Apple QuickTime Player, which are bundled with their respective operating systems.

DivX...

High-quality, high-compression video codec used for digital video distribution; compresses video to a fraction of the original size with minimal loss in quality; supports video resolutions up to 1080 HD.

.DV

Digital Video...

Recorded video file created by a digital video (DV) camera; saved to the camera's DV tape and uses a standard raw format for the DV video; supported by several video editing programs.

Flash Video...

Video container format used by Adobe Flash; based on the ISO MP4 format, which is based on the Apple QuickTime container format; specified by ISO/IEC 14496-12 as a base media file format; supported by Flash Player Update 3 (9,0,115,0) and higher.

Flash Video...

An FLV file is a flash-compatible video file exported by the Flash Video Exporter plug-in (included with Adobe Animate) or other program with FLV file support. It consists of a short header, interleaved audio, video, and metadata packets. The file stores audio and video data in a similar format used by standard Flash (.SWF) files.

High Efficiency Video Coding...

An HEVC file contains a video stored in the High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) format. This format, also known as H.265, improves over the H.264 standard by allowing videos to be stored with a lower file size but with the same video quality. HEVC helps users store more videos on their devices and also substantially reduces the file size of high-resolution videos such as 4K and 8K videos.

MPEG-2 Video...

Video only (without audio) encoded using MPEG-2 compression

MPEG-4 Video File...

An M4V file is an MPEG-4 file used to store video downloaded from the Apple iTunes store, such as TV episodes, music videos, and full-length movies. It is similar to the .MP4 file, but may be copy-protected using Apple's FairPlay DRM copyright protection.

Matroska Multimedia Container...

An MKV file is a video container format similar to the .AVI, .ASF, and .MOV formats. It supports several types of audio and video codecs and may include .SRT, .SSA, or .USF (Universal Subtitle Format) subtitles. MKV files also support VobSub subtitles from DVDs.

QuickTime File Format...

A MOV file is a common multimedia container file format developed by Apple and compatible with both Macintosh and Windows platforms. It may contain multiple tracks that store different types of media data and is often used for saving movies and other video files. MOV files commonly use the MPEG-4 codec for compression.

MPEG-4 Part 14...

An MP4 file is a multimedia file commonly used to store a movie or video clip, but may also contain subtitles or images. MP4 is short for MPEG-4 Part 14, which is a container format based on the QuickTime File Format (QTFF) used by .MOV and .QT files.

Moving Picture Experts Group...

Popular video format standardized by the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG); compressed using MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 compression; often used for creating movies that are distributed over the Internet.

MPEG-2...

MPEG-2 is widely used as the format of digital television signals that are broadcast by terrestrial (over-the-air), cable, and direct broadcast satellite TV systems. It also specifies the format of movies and other programs that are distributed on DVD and similar discs. TV stations, TV receivers, DVD players, and other equipment are often designed to this standard.

Moving Picture Experts Group...

An MPG file is a common video file that uses a digital video format standardized by the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG). It stores video, audio, and metadata interleaved together. MPG files are often used for creating movies that are distributed on the Internet.

Ogg Vorbis Video...

Video file that uses the Xiph.Org's open source Ogg container format; may contain video streams that use one or more different codecs, such as Theora; can be played using a variety of media players.

.RM

RealMedia...

An RM file is a multimedia file used by RealPlayer, an audio and video playback and streaming program. It contains audio or video data or a link to a streaming media file, which is played back as it is downloaded. RM files are commonly used for streaming content over the Internet such as video and Internet radio.

RealMedia Variable Bitrate...

An RMVB file is a Real Media video file compressed using a variable bit rate, which is optimized for the content of the video. It is a newer variation of the standard Real Media (.RM) file format that allows for more efficient compression.

Shockwave Flash...

An SWF file is an animation created with Adobe Flash that can be played by Flash Player or with a web browser that has the Flash plugin installed. It may contain text, vector and raster graphics, and interactive content written in ActionScript.

.TS

Transport Stream...

A TS file is a text file that contains TypeScript code, an open source programming language developed by Microsoft. TypeScript is a superset of ECMAScript 2015, which is a superset of JavaScript. It is used for developing medium- to large-scale JavaScript applications for server-side or client-side execution. TS files are similar to JavaScript .JS files.

Video Object...

A VOB file is a movie data file from a DVD disc, typically stored in the VIDEO_TS folder at the root of the DVD. It contains a majority of the data stored on the disc which includes video, audio, subtitles, DVD menus and other navigation contents. VOB files are usually formatted as MPEG-2 system streams and can be opened by various video playback programs.

Windows Media Video...

A WMV file is a video file based on the Microsoft Advanced Systems Format (ASF) container format and compressed with Windows Media compression. It contains video encoded with one of Microsoft's Windows Media Video (WMV) proprietary codecs and is similar to an .ASF file.

Windows Recorded TV Show...

Video file recorded by Windows Media Center, a program used to play multimedia content and record TV shows; encodes video using MPEG-2 compression and audio using MPEG-1 Layer II or Dolby Digital AC-3 compression; may also include descriptive metadata and digital rights management (DRM) information.

XviD...

Video clip or movie encoded using Xvid, an open-source video codec published under the GNU GPL license; compresses video data using MPEG-4 technology; allows for faster data transmission and more efficient storage of video files.

Online Image Converter

Convert Image Files To & From The Following Formats:

File Extension

Description

Bitmap Image File...

A BMP file is an uncompressed raster image comprised of a rectangular grid of pixels. It contains a file header (bitmap identifier, file size, width, height, color options, and bitmap data starting point) and bitmap pixels, each with a different color.

Canon Digital Camera Raw Image Format...

A CR2 file is a raw camera image created by Canon digital cameras. It stores uncompressed image data exactly how it was captured by the CCD. CR2 files are typically used by professional photographers because they store higher quality images.

Canon Digital Camera Raw Image Format...

Uncompressed and unprocessed Camera RAW image file from a Canon digital camera; based on the Camera Image File Format (CIFF), a standardized format developed for saving images.

Sony Alpha Raw Image Format...

Digital photograph captured by a Sony digital camera, and based on the TIFF specification; contains raw, uncompressed image data as captured by the camera's CCD; can be adjusted using image-editing software before exporting to common raster formats such as .JPG or .TIFF.

Kodak Digital Camera Raw Image File...

A DCR file is an interactive media file saved in the Shockwave format for distribution on the web. It is often used for creating web games and other highly interactive content.

Microsoft DirectDraw Surface...

A DDS file is a raster image saved in the DirectDraw Surface (DDS) container format. It can store compressed and uncompressed pixel formats and is often used for texturing video game unit models. DDS files may also be used to store Windows desktop backgrounds or wallpapers.

Epson RAW Format...

Game archive used by the BioWare's game engine technologies, such as the Aurora Engine, Eclipse Engine, and the Odyssey Engine; may contain various types of data for a game, including models, textures, animations, audio, and game levels; used for packaging original game content as well as for creating modifications and add-ons to the game.

High Dynamic-range (HDR)...

Raster image stored in the OpenEXR format, a high dynamic-range (HDR) image file format developed by Industrial Light & Magic; supports multi-layer images, lossy and lossless compression, and 16-bit and 32-bit pixels; used for storing deep raster images for high-quality graphics; used by raster graphics editing programs and imaging applications.

Flexible Image Transport System...

Index created by older versions of the Windows Help system; used for searching through the text of help documents.

Graphics Interchange Format...

A GIF file is an image file often used for web graphics. It may contain up to 256 indexed colors with a color palette that may be a predefined set of colors or may be adapted to the colors in the image. GIF files are saved in a lossless format, meaning the clarity of the image is not compromised with GIF compression.

Radiance RGBE image format...

Raster image or digital photo saved in HDRsoft's High Dynamic Range (HDR) image format; used for enhancing the color and brightness range of a digital image; can be processed to fix dark shadows or washed out areas of a picture.

Icon...

An ICO file contains an icon, which is typically used for a Windows program, file, or folder. It stores one or more images in various sizes so they can be appropriately scaled depending on their use. ICO files are similar to .CUR files, which are also used in Windows, and .ICNS files, which are used in macOS.

Joint Photographic Experts Group...

A JPEG file is an image saved in a compressed graphic format standardized by the Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG). It supports up to 24-bit color and is compressed using lossy compression, which may noticeably reduce the image quality if high amounts of compression are used. JPEG files are commonly used for storing digital photos and web graphics.

Joint Photographic Experts Group...

A JPG file is an image saved in a compressed image format standardized by the Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG). It is commonly used for storing digital photos and used by most digital cameras to save images. JPG files are among the most common image files along with .PNG, .TIF, and .GIF.

Kodak Digital Camera Raw Image Format...

Digital photo captured by a Kodak DC25 digital camera, an older model from Kodak; can be converted to .JPG or other common formats using a converter such as DC25Convert or ReaConverter.

Kodak Digital Camera Raw Image Format...

Update file used by Kaspersky Lab's system security software; contains virus definitions that are used for detecting and quarantining viruses; may also be used during the system rescue process for removing malicious software; may be downloaded periodically for keeping the software and definitions up-to-date.

DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine image)...

A DCM file is an image file saved in the Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) image format. It stores a medical image, such as a CT scan or ultrasound. DCM files may also include patient information to pair the image with the patient.

MAC Paint...

A MAC file contains a macro, which may be created by various programs, such as UltraEdit, Minitab, and Cabrilog Cabri Geometry II. It contains a list of commands in plain text that are used to perform functions in the respective application. MAC files can be opened by the programs that created them.

Multiple-image Network Graphics...

An extension of the .PNG image format that uses indexed colors and supports image animations; similar to an animated .GIF file, but uses higher compression and features full alpha support (multi-level transparency).

Sony (Minolta) Raw Image File...

Raw image format used by Minolta Dimage digital cameras; stores data in an uncompressed format exactly as it was captured by the camera's sensor; settings like color temperature and exposure can be edited with software after the image is saved on a computer.

Nikon Digital SLR Camera Raw Image File...

NEF (Nikon Electronic Format) files are the RAW file formats from digital photos taken by Nikon cameras. The metadata contains information about the lens, settings, camera, and more. Raw files describe images which are not yet ready for processing, printing, or editing with bitmap graphics editors.

Nikon Digital SLR Camera Raw Image File...

An NEF file is a raw photo captured by a Nikon digital camera. It is saved in an uncompressed format that stores data exactly as it was captured by the CCD. NEF files also contain image metadata, which includes the camera ID and the lens that was used.

Olympus Digital Camera Raw Image File...

Unprocessed RAW photo taken with an Olympus digital camera; contains unprocessed image data captured by the camera's sensor; settings such as exposure and white balance can be modified after the picture is taken.

16bit/pixel interleaved YUV...

Settings file created by Corel Painter, a digital art application; saves the layout of workspace palettes, such as the Mixer, Layers, Color, and Navigator palettes; allows artists to customize screen layouts for different painting needs.

Portable Bitmap...

1-bit black and white image; formatted in text format; basic raster image format in which each pixel is represented by a byte that contains a 1 or 0; 1 represents black and 0 represents white pixels.

Portable Network Graphic...

A PNG file is an image file stored in the Portable Network Graphic (PNG) format. It contains a bitmap of indexed colors and uses lossless compression, similar to a .GIF file but without copyright limitations. PNG files are commonly used to store graphics for web images.

Adobe Photoshop bitmap...

A PSD file is an image file created by Adobe Photoshop, a professional image-editing program often used to enhance digital photos and create web graphics. It is the native format used to save files in Photoshop. PSD files may include image layers, adjustment layers, layer masks, annotations, file information, keywords, and other Photoshop-specific elements. They are commonly created and shared among graphics professionals.

Sony Raw Format 2...

Digital photo captured by a Sony digital camera; contains a RAW image as captured by the camera's CCD; may be imported into image manipulation programs for touch-ups and other camera shooting corrections.

Scalable Vector Graphics...

An SVG file is a graphics file that uses a two-dimensional vector graphic format created by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). It describes images using a text format that is based on XML. SVG files are developed as a standard format for displaying vector graphics on the web.

Tagged Image File Format...

A TIFF file is a graphics container that stores raster images. It may contain high-quality graphics that support color depths from 1 to 24-bit and supports both lossy and lossless compression. TIFF files also support multiple layers and pages.

Fuji CCD-RAW Graphic File...

Uncompressed RAW photograph taken with a Fuji digital camera, such as a high-end FinePix model; contains unprocessed image data; may also include a .JPG version of the same image within the file.

Sony Raw Format...

An SRF file is a video recording file created by select Samsung Smart TVs. It contains content, such as a TV show or movie, recorded on the TV. SRF files are encrypted and can only be opened by the Samsung Smart TV that created them.