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How to convert JPEG into JPG


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Hi guys,

I was just wondering if someone could tell me how to convert my JPEG into JPG??


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You can just edit the extension manually and take out the "e." If you have a bunch of files, you're going to want to use something like Name Mangler.
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If you have a bunch of files, you're going to want to use something like Name Mangler.
Automator is pretty sweet at doing this too,
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Yes, automator has a "Replace Text" function which works fairly well, but I like Name Mangler because it gives you a lot more flexibility... regex matching, remove by character index, etc.
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When I enter iphoto the information bar at th left hand side of the screen says the file number and at the end it says JPG. But when I scroll down the information bar where it says "kind" it says that it is a JPEG image?
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jpg and jpeg are the same image type.

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jpg and jpeg are the same image type.
It's true. JPEG and JPG have no difference, except for, obviously, the name.

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