There are many ways to convert from png to jpg - is there a reason why you want to do it without reducing the file size ? Are you using file size as a synonym for file quality ? And are you referring to the file size when open or closed ? For example a 350K jpeg may be around 2MB when open in Photoshop.
However, only 0.2 MB is actually stored in the JPEG file. In the case that JPEG images are closed as a result of conversion in a lossless format, you are actually losing around 20%. JPEG has better quality when compared, for example, to PNG, though they are very close — only 2%. In this tutorial, we will see how to convert from and to JPG easily, by using the standard jpegtojpg.com conversion tool that comes with Photoshop CC. You will need: 1. Adobe Photoshop. The free version is good enough, unless you are working on very high-res images. If you have bought a more expensive Photoshop, or Photoshop Elements, then you should consider buying the Professional version. 2. A file that you want to convert to JPG. It will need to be in AVI format. (Please, note that all files must be converted to AVI! There will be a lot of.