There are the most common file formats, JPEG and the JPG. The so-called "Joint Photographic Experts Group" standard
Both JPEG and JPG are abbreviations for the same standard and are not vector graphics and are not lossless, both lose quality when saved, both compression methods used that work with lossy compression .
This also means that regardless of the file extension used (either .jpeg or .jpg), the file size of your image will be smaller than it was originally and will result in faster loading times when uploaded to your website and viewed by website visitors.
Ultimately, JPEGs and JPGs are the same thing and serve some primary purposes, reducing the file size of images for better web viewing and easy ways to compress your images when you save them and to name the file with a common file extension, that is recognized by many.
FAQ 227: Updated on: 26 September 2021 14:38Windows