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    JPG to SVG Conversion

    To understand JPG and SVG files, you need to first understand raster and vector images. A raster image is made up of a grid of pixels. Each pixel is filled in with one color and all the pixels create an image, kind of like a mosaic. Meanwhile, a vector image doesn’t have pixels. Instead, a vector image is a page of code that draws an image using points, lines, and curves. Software that can read vector files can then interpret this code and show an image.

    The main benefit of raster images is that they are much simpler and better for sharing on the internet. Vector images, on the other hand, are infinitely scalable, meaning you can make them as large or small as you want without any change to the quality of the image. This is something raster images cannot do.

    JPG files are raster images while SVG files are vector images.

    Why should you convert JPG to SVG?

    The biggest reason to convert a file from JPG to SVG is to make that image scalable. If you have a JPG that you need to manipulate, say to print out on a large poster or automatically scale on a website, that raster image is probably not going to look good. If you convert it to SVG, you can make it as big as you like and the quality won’t suffer.

    However, you need to keep in mind that converting from JPG to SVG won’t give you good results if you’re attempting to convert a photograph. The nature of the SVG format makes this very difficult to do as a high-quality photo would require mountains of code to render accurately. Instead, JPGs that depict simple things work best, such as logos, drawings, icons, etc.

    How to convert JPG files to SVG for free?

    Using our online tool is the easiest way to convert JPG to SVG. There is no software to download, no registration, no watermarks, and no limit to the total number of conversions you can do.

    To begin, please upload one or up to 20 JPGs. You can do this by dragging and dropping your files onto the page or hitting the “UPLOAD FILES” button. If you have more than 20 images you need to convert, don’t worry: you’ll be able to repeat these steps as much as needed.

    Once your files have finished uploading, our server will automatically begin the conversion process. When it’s ready, the progress bar underneath the thumbnail in the queue will turn into a “DOWNLOAD” button. Hit that and you’ll have your SVG file.

    If you have uploaded many files, please wait until the server has completed all conversions. Then you can hit the “DOWNLOAD ALL” button to grab a ZIP archive with all your SVGs. This will save you some time!

    When you are ready to do another batch, you can hit the “CLEAR QUEUE” button. Your uploads will vanish and you can start again.

    Converting JPG to SVG: Is it safe?

    Our tool is perfectly safe and secure. It’s safe to use because your original JPG files remain untouched on your computer. Our server makes copies of them and then converts the copies, so you don’t lose any of your master data. It is also secure to use this tool because the service is fully automated, so no one sees your uploads. Additionally, the server purges all uploads and conversions after 60 minutes, so your data remains secure.