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Converting photo format

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Can someone recommend a 'FREE' program that will convert picture formats. I have one that's in BMP format that I need to change to JPG. I have several photo programs but none seem to convert.
Thanks in advance for any help given.
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Thanks JST1946. I saw this one when I did a search but I never know which programs I should install. I'll give it a try.

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Originally posted by attar:
Thanks attar. I'm going to check out both of the programs recommended. I'm looking for something that's easy to use so maybe one of these programs will work for me.


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ms paint which is part of windows.

This one couldn't be simpler:

drop what ever files or folders into input tab window:-

go into output tab just to the right-:

select default option of source folder or select a different place to put converted file:

below that & to the right select file type you want to convert to:-

then directly below that is settings for quality:-

then go back to input tab & hit "Export NConvert"

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I Used "Convert My Image" Software, i also recommend you to try this ....

In its following image file formats are supported:

PNG - Portable Network Graphic
GIF - Graphics Interchange Format
TIF or TIFF - Tagged Image File Format
BMP - Bitmap
XPM - X Pixmap
PIC - PICtor
PDF - Adobe PDF (Portable Document Format)
EPS - Encapsulated PostScript
PS - Adobe Photoshop

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hey yo pal u can use FF(formate factory )for converting all file formates its avalable for free online
ok or you guys can just go to adobe and download the cs2 suite for free at

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