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A PNG file is a transparent background image saved in the Portable Network Graphic (PNG) format, which is often used to save web graphics, digital pictures, and other images with transparent backgrounds. It's a raster graphic that's comparable to a .JPG picture but with lossless compression and transparency capabilities.
PNG pictures are superior to GIF images in several aspects, including the inclusion of an 8-bit transparency channel that allows the image's color to shift from opaque to transparent, whereas GIF images only support entirely opaque or fully transparent pixels. Palettes of 24-bit RGB color, RGB pictures, or greyscale or RGB images are all supported by PNG. Because PNG was designed to convey pictures over the Internet rather than for professional graphics, it does not support additional color models such as CMYK.
A JPG file is just a raster photo saved in the Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) and is often used to save electronic images and graphics made using image-editing applications. JPG uses lossless compression to minimize the size of an image without sacrificing quality, and it can accommodate up to up to 16 million colors.
Digital camera memory cards frequently use the JPG format. The JPG file is a brilliant format because it can compress files down to a tenth of their original size, which is extremely useful and helpful for conserving bandwidth.
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