How to Convert PSD to JPGby Diana BraunUpdated September 28, 2017
Let's say you have a PSD (Photoshop) file that you would like to use, but the program you are working with specifies that you need a JPG. PSD files are the raw and uncompressed file format of the Photoshop program, containing the details and layers of a project. Most applications require that an image be in a compressed format such as JPG. Converting your PSD files to JPG is easy with a simple conversion tool.
Download and install Image Converter Plus (see Resources).
Open Windows Explorer and select a PSD image. Right-click your mouse, select "Convert To," from the menu and then click "Custom conversion" from the submenu.
Select "JPG" from the "Save images in format" drop-down list in the Image Converter Plus window. Click on the "+" sign next to "Save images in JPG format" to expand the group and modify settings, such as color depth and compression quality.
Select the location where you would like your files to be saved under "Converted images will be saved to." By default, your files will be saved in "My Documents."
Press "Start" to convert your PSD file into JPG format.
Image Converter Plus allows you to convert multiple PSD files at once. After you select your first PSD file, click the "Add image" button to select additional files to convert.
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