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How to convert SGI to JPG?

You can convert SGI files to JPG format in several ways. The most proven option is to download dedicated software that allows you to convert between the SGI and JPG formats. At the bottom you will find a list of software programs that support SGI and JPG files and can also save them in new file formats.

SGI File Type

The SGI file extension is used to represent Silicon Graphics Image Files. These files are images that contain data about the color of pixels, their position in a grid, and whether or not they are transparent. These files can be viewed in an application like Adobe Photoshop or GIMP.

Full Name Silicon Graphics Image Format
Developer Silicon Graphics
Category Raster Image Files

JPG File Type

The JPG file extension, also known as JPEG image, is a popular format for storing digital images. This file format is common because it takes up less space than other formats like TIFF and BMP. The JPEG image is created by the Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) which was established in 1986. They are responsible for developing the JPEG File Interchange Format (JFIF). The JFIF was then used to create a Joint Photographic Experts Group standard in 1992 that defines the compression method for this file format.

Full Name JPEG Image
Developer Joint Photographic Experts Group
Category Raster Image Files

Software, that convert SGI files

The list contains a list of dedicated software for converting SGI and JPG files. The list may also include programs that support SGI files and allow you to save them with different file extensions.

SGI to JPG Converters

  • Corel PaintShop Pro iconCorel PaintShop Pro
  • PhotoFiltre Studio iconPhotoFiltre Studio
  • Picture Resize Free Online Images Converter iconPicture Resize Free Online Images Converter
  • PolyTrans|CAD+DCC iconPolyTrans|CAD+DCC
  • Preview iconPreview
  • reaConverter iconreaConverter
  • Xara Page & Layout Designer iconXara Page & Layout Designer
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SGI and JPG conversions