Dec 26 2023 07:22 PM
Dec 26 2023 07:22 PM
I've recently upgraded to Windows 11 and find myself in need of converting a large number of HEIC images to PNG format so I can edit and share with others. These images (around 600) are copied from my iPhone 14 Pro Max.
I'm looking for an efficient and reliable method that can handle bulk conversions without compromising the quality of the images. It's important that the process is streamlined and doesn't require extensive manual intervention, as I'm dealing with hundreds of photos.
Could anyone suggest the best approach for converting .heic to .png on Windows 11? Ideally, I'm looking for a solution that balances ease of use with functionality, and it would be great if it's something that won't be too heavy on system resources. Any tips or personal experiences with specific tools would be greatly appreciated!
Dec 26 2023 10:22 PM - edited Jan 03 2024 02:29 AM
Hey there! Converting a boatload of HEIC files to PNG on Windows 11, especially from your iPhone 14 Pro Max, can sound like a daunting task, but it's totally doable and can be surprisingly smooth.
First off, Batch Conversion is Key. You want a tool that lets you convert all those photos at once, because who has the time to do it one by one, right?
There are tons of these out there. Some popular ones include TunesBro HEIC Converter, Dr.HEIC or AnyConv. These apps are usually pretty straightforward: you load your HEIC files and then export them as PNGs. They often come with options to keep the original quality, which is a big plus.
2. Adobe Photoshop: If you've got Photoshop, it can handle HEIC files and save them as PNGs. This is more if you want to do some editing before converting, but it's a solid, if not overqualified, option.
3. Online Converters: If you're not keen on downloading software, online converters like CloudConvert or Online-Convert can be lifesavers. Just keep in mind the upload and download time, plus the privacy concerns with uploading your photos online..
Most converters are not too heavy on resources, but if you're running other intensive apps, you might see some slowdown.
Dec 27 2023 03:17 AM - edited Dec 27 2023 03:17 AM
Dec 27 2023 06:15 PM