To convert normal image formats, you will need to use tools installed on your computer or use online websites, such as converting JPG images to PNG or converting back PNG to JPG. However, even on Windows 10, there is also a trick to batch convert image formats without the need for supporting software.
We can change any image format we want, or even change the format of the file, such as converting the doc file to docx, . The following article will guide you to batch change image formats.
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Instructions to change photos on Windows 10
First of all, you need to group all the images you need to change and change the files into the same folder . It is best to leave the folder at the Desktop to have a short path, easy to remember, serving for later steps. Directory names are not accented, are continuous, and do not contain any special characters.
Press the Windows + R key combination and enter the keyword cmd to open the CMD interface on the computer.
Display the CMD dialog interface so that we enter the command line cd space path image directory to convert and press Enter . We follow the details of the input command as below.
Now the system automatically returns the correct path to save images as shown below. We only need to enter the correct characters of the directory where the images are stored, the system will automatically recognize and return the correct results.
If you want to check, you can go to the directory where the image is saved and change the path of the file.
Next, enter the command Ren (convert) space * .jpg (current image format) space * .png (image format you want to convert) and then press Enter . See details on how to import a calendar according to the image below.
Then the system will proceed to change the batch of images. If it is successful, the result will be the directory where the image is saved.
Check your mail and see the entire image is converted to png very quickly.
With just a few simple commands on Windows 10, we have quickly changed the image's tail. In the process of changing, you only need to enter the correct character of the directory path to save the image. The system will rely on it to conduct batch changes shortly thereafter.
I wish you successful implementation!