JPG vs. PNG vs. GIF: The Differences Between Image File Formats (Make Tech Easier)

Make Tech Easier: JPG vs. PNG vs. GIF: The Differences Between Image File Formats. “A rose by any other name may smell as sweet, as Shakespeare says in Romeo and Juliet, but if you take a picture of that rose and save it as a JPEG with high compression, you may experience a decline in image quality. It’s no problem, though, since you also have the option to use PNG, TIFF, GIF, SVG, or even a new format like HEIC or WebP. Some of those formats would look great on the Capulet family newsletter, while others would fit in better on Romeo’s blog, so decoding these file types can be pretty useful.”

Hongkiat: 6 Ways to Save WebP Images as JPG and PNG

Hongkiat: 6 Ways to Save WebP Images as JPG and PNG. “Google’s proprietary image format WEBP is arguably better than the standard JPG or PNG format. It creates much smaller file size than JPG and still supports transparency feature of PNG without much loss in quality…. As ideal as it may be, it is still not supported by many image editors and online submission forms. I personally have to deal with WEBP images often in my work, and so I have found many ways to save WEBP images to JPG or PNG with each having its own advantage. In this post, I am going to share my findings with you.”