iMazing Converter: Convert images and videos from Apple formats to JPG and MPEG-4

If you want to send photos or videos that you have made with the iPhone or iPad to other people, then they may despair of opening the files after receiving them. This is probably because the images were saved and sent as HEIC or HEIF. Videos may be in HEVC format. If you want to convert the images and videos to JPG, PNG or MPEG-4 before sending them or using them for any other purpose, you can use the iMazing Converter help with. About the iMazing Converter App and you can download it here for free.

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If you want to convert photos from HEIC and HEIF to JPG and PNG and videos from HEVC to MPEG-4 on Mac, the free iMazing Converter app for macOS will help you.

If you want to convert photos from HEIC and HEIF to JPG and PNG and videos from HEVC to MPEG-4 on Mac, the free iMazing Converter app for macOS will help you.

Features of iMazing Converter App

Not only when sending, but also when transferring photos and videos from the iPhone and iPad to certain cloud services, it can happen that this happens in the compressed file formats HEIC, HEIF and HEVC. Sometimes the automatic conversion to JPG and MOV fails. So if the files you want are only compressed in Dropbox, Google Photos, iCloud or elsewhere, you can convert them with the iMazing Converter on the Mac. These functions are available:

  • Drag-and-drop usage: Simply drag files from a folder into the app
  • Convert images from HEIC format to JPG or PNG
  • Convert videos from HEVC format (x265 encoder) to MPEG-4 (x264 encoder).
  • Set the quality and compression of the target files
  • Optionally accept/do not accept EXIF ​​data from images in JPG files

iMazing Converter Download – Free on the Mac App Store

You can find the free download of the iMazing Converter app here in the official app store. There you can read more information, look at screenshots and, if you like, download the program to your Mac. It is particularly pleasant that even version 2, for which there was only an upgrade at the beginning of July 2022, also works from OS X 10.10 Yosemite. I tried it on macOS 12 Monterey and it works fine there too. What are your experiences with iMazing Converter? Please leave a comment!

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5 comments

  1. peter v. says:

    It's annoying that you can't save in the same folder as the source file.

  2. ufo2010 says:

    Already included in the main application

  3. Joschi says:

    I used Automator to convert HEIC photos from the iPhone into JPG files that can be uploaded in web forms and as a quick action in the Finder context menu. Works fast and reliable, even put it in the same folder as the source file.

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