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Is it possible to convert jfif files to jpg files in PS?

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Jan 19, 2021 Jan 19, 2021

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You can try to use script which ships with Photoshop from File > Scripts > Image Processsor or online converter https://convertio.co/jfif-jpeg/

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File > Scripts > Image Processsor works for convertion png to jpg but if I upload jfif files it doesn't see them. So the only option is online converter?

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Here is similar topic on feedback site https://feedback.photoshop.com/conversations/photoshop/photoshop-support-jfif-file-format-directly/5...

It seems jfif can be open in Photoshop in 21.1.1 Release. Perhaps you or someone else who is skilled needs to change few lines in script, I am not capable of doing that.

Why you are not using batch renaming in Bridge to get things done?

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LEGEND ,
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No, an online converter would be useless, practically a trick. Like I said, the files are already JPEG. The job is done already. Is there still a problem?

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You would need to install a Plug-in that supports jfif file format.  Photoshop does not support that image file format.

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LEGEND ,
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JFIF is just another name for JPEG files so this not even a conversion. The job is already done.

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I think then  they would need to rename the files to .jpg

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Yes! That's the point. Opening in Photoshop would degrade the JPEG as well as waste everyone's time.

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Saving at new generation jpeg would degrade the images quality  opening it opens the image with image quality the file has.  Opening the file does not change the file.

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