Fotor supports saving the works as JPG. PNG and PDF formats.
When save as JPG?
JPG is the most common image format used in digital cameras, different operating systems. JPG images are great for photographs and realistic paintings for this format can express more vivid photo effects. JPG is commonly used for sharing photos and other images on the internet.
However, the compression method is usually lossy, meaning that some original image information is lost and cannot be restored, possibly affecting image quality. It also cannot support image transparency.
Choose: If you want to save photographs and realistic paintings, JPG is a good choice. The image can be saved in smaller file size, allowing you sharing easily.
When save as PNG?
PNG is a kind of lossless format, which means that it will not lose in quality even though you reopen and save numerous times. It also supports image transparency.
Avoid: If the size of the image is too large, it’s better to save it as JPG to reduce storage. What’s more, if you want to save photorealistic images, JPG is better than PNG.
Choose: PNG is suitable for business logo and digital graphics with text and other elements. If you want to reopen and save it frequently, PNG will make sure that the quality will not be distorted.
When save as PDF?
PDF is a brilliant file format for graphic designs such as poster, resume, report, yearbook and other complex documents.
It has numerous advantages, such as:
Support cross-platform opening, the display seen on any operating system, device, any size and resolution is the same.
Retain the original document layout. When you print it, the layout will not be messy.
Support highly compressed images, and the resolution is not distorted after compression.
PDF format cannot be edited, which can protect the contents of the document from arbitrarily modifying.