Convert JPG to PDF

Convert your JPG images and combine them into a single PDF document.

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How to convert JPG to PDF online

  • 1To start the conversion, upload one or more JPG images. You can also upload images via the link or from file storage.
  • 2After uploading, click the “Convert” button and wait for the conversion to complete. Remember that you can edit the list of images by deleting or adding them.
  • 3Now your PDF is ready! You can download the combined PDF document or separate PDF for each JPG image.
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JPG (Joint Photographic Experts Group)

JPG is a format designed for compact storage of graphic files. Due to the optimal ratio of image quality and file size, JPEG has become the most used format both on the Internet and on various photo devices. And support for files with the .jpg extension is present in almost all programs working with graphics.

JPG format files are distinguished by the possibility of so-called compression - reducing the file size by simplifying it. The compression ratio can be customized to the needs of the user.

However, in some cases, JPG is not the best choice for storing information. For example, if you have an image that contains text, perhaps the best choice would be to convert it into one of the PDF formats.
File type: Image
File extension: .jpg, .jpeg
Developed by: Joint Photographic Experts Group
Initial release: September 18, 1992

PDF (Portable Document Format)

The PDF (Portable Document Format) format is designed for the convenient presentation of documents. It was created by Adobe Systems using the programming language PostScripts. Initially, pdf was supported only by official software, and even the program for viewing it — Adobe Acrobat Reader — was paid. However, later Adobe changed its policy and released the free version, and the format itself made open, allowing third-party companies and developers to use it in their programs.

Since then, the popularity of PDF has greatly increased, and the format itself has become practically the standard for the exchange of documentation and layouts for printing. Files with the .pdf extension can contain text information, fonts, images, and even video and animation. Editing and saving in PDF format are supported by many programs for working with documents.
File type: Document
File extension: .pdf
Developed by: Adobe Systems
Initial release: June 15, 1993