JPG is an extension name of digital image stored in JPEG standard format, and stands for the standard too. JPG image compressing and storing standard was created by the Joint Photographic Experts Group in the year of 1992. JPG standard have brought out five parts since being created. Part 1, issued in 1992, gives out the requirements and guidelines. Part 2 was issued in 1994 provided a set extensions to improve the Part 1. Part 3 was published in 1996 and amended in 1999, ruling and checking for software conformance to Part 1. Part 4 in 1998 provided methods for registering some parameters for extending JPG standard.
You can convert your image file inwith . Using the MS-DOS command line prompt, you can type the following command to run the converter and convert an .
D:\htmltools>D:\htmltools\htmltools.exe D:\htmltools\verypdf.emf D:\htmltools\verypdf.jpg
in which “D:\htmltools\htmltools.exe” is for calling the converter, “D:\htmltools\verypdf.emf” is the name of file that you want to convert and “D:\htmltools\verypdf.jpg” tell the name that the converter use to store the converted file. You can use the snapshot as a guide for converting an emf to jpg image file.
In fact, JGP is the short name of JPEG, so the method of converting an emf to jpg is the same as to jpeg.