XPM to JPE

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  1. Select XPM files you want to convert, from your computer or drag and drop it on the page.
  2. Press the "Convert" button in order to convert XPM to JPE.
  3. When the conversion is completed, click "Download" on the desired converted JPE file.

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XPM to JPE

Useful information about XPM

Extension: XPM
Name: X PixMap Image File Format
Mime Type: image/x-xpixmap
Converter: XPM Converter
Description: XPM is intended primarily for creating icon pixmaps, and supports transparent pixels. Derived from the earlier XBM syntax, it is a plain text file in the XPM2 format or of a C programming language syntax, which can be included in a C program file. The first (1989) XPM format is relatively similar to the XBM format. Compared to XBM, it uses additional macro definitions and variables for indexed colors, and replaces bits with characters for describing the image. The following is a black-and-white image in the 1989 XPM format. - Source

Useful information about JPE

Extension: JPE
Name: Joint Photographic Experts
Mime Type: image/jpeg
Converter: JPE Converter
Description: Use JPE images for photographs and other images that have millions of colors. It uses a complex compression algorithm that allows you to create smaller graphics by losing some of the quality of the image. This is called a "lossy" compression because some of the image information is lost when the image is compressed. The JPE format is not suited to images with text, large blocks of solid color, and simple shapes with crisp edges.This is because when the image is compressed, the text, color, or lines may blur resulting in an image that is not as sharp as it would be saved in another format. - Source