JPEG Knowledgebase

Learn what's JPEG, file extension, MIME and more

  • What is a JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group JFIF format) file?

    The only difference between the JPG and JPEG formats is the number of characters used. JPG only exists because in earlier versions of Windows they required a three letter extension for the file names. So .jpeg was shortened to .jpg. While Windows and or DOS had this limitation, UNIX did not and so UNIX and MAC users continued to use the .jpeg extension..

  • What are the JPEG Technical details?

    JPG was simply born out of a limitation that existed by previous versions of Windows and or DOS, and now is actually the most common format, over that of JPEG. And if you were wondering, you can change the extension both ways and the file will continue to work..

  • What's the File extension(s) of JPEG?

    JPEG file extension includes ( .jpeg ).

  • What's MIME of JPEG?

    The MIME of JPEG is image/jpeg.

  • What's the developer of JPEG?

    JPEG developed by Joint Photographic Experts Group.

  • What's the type of format?

    JPEG is a Raster image .

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