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How to Convert Pi2 to JPG

Updated April 17, 2017

A .pi2 file is a raster image format used for high-resolution images associated with the Portrait Innovations program. A .jpg file is a common raster image format, storing image data as points. A .pi2 image can be converted to .jpg format using an appropriate application.

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  1. Download, install, and run XnView (free, see Resources section). This program can open and convert between many graphics format. Free versions exist for both Windows, Macintosh, and Linux operating systems, among others.

  2. Navigate to the folder containing the .pi2 file you wish to convert in the explorer pane on the left side of the program, and select the individual .pi2 file on the viewing pane of the program.

  3. Click the "Convert" button. In the window that opens, select the output file type and location, choose the .jpg output format, then click "OK."

  4. Download, install, and run Konvertor (free trial, see Resources section). Click "Ok" to start the free trial. This application is meant to be a "universal" viewer and converter of file formats. It can display and convert .pi2 files to jpg. It also contains image filters and resizing tools to customise your conversion.

  5. Navigate to and select the folder containing .pi2 file you wish to convert in the explorer frame on the left side of the program window. Select the individual picture file you wish to convert in the viewing pane on the right of the program.

  6. Click the "Convert" button. In the window that opens, select the output file location, .jpg target format, and click "Ok" to complete the conversion.

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David Gray

David Gray began writing professionally in 2010. His work has been published in "The Banking Law Journal." He holds a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of Michigan and a Juris Doctor from Temple University Beasley School of Law.

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