We consume thousands of MBs of data on a daily basis. All of this data is an extension of the files and apps we use on our devices. Many of these files need to be converted to different file formats so that they can become accessible to the user. Witnessing the need for tools that can help people convert their files, we have created this simple tool for our users. You can easily convert any file format that you need and that too free of cost. This is a small contribution from our organisation to help our fellow IT operators. The process is as simple as it sounds. Follow these steps to convert your PNG file into an XML format.
Step 1. Open your phone’s browser and type, changemyfile.com
Step 2. You will see a site open on your screen that has many options on it, out of all those options, click on the ADD FILE option.
Step 3. Once you click on the option, your phone’s file manager will be displayed in front of you. Choose the PNG file you want to convert.
Step 4. You can select up to 10 files simultaneously but their combined size should not exceed 50 MB of size.
Step 5. Now that you have selected the PNG file you want to convert, click on the CONVERT TO option. A list of file formats will be visible to you, out of which you have to select the XML format.
Step 6. Once you have done all of the above steps, click on the CONVERT NOW option and let the magic begin.
Your PNG file will be converted into an XML file in a matter of seconds. Download the file on your device and use it the way you want to. The JPG files that you convert using our website will be compatible with all your devices.
PNG files are those files that contain visual information like photos and images. These are nothing else but file extensions that help the user to identify the type of file by simply reading its extension. Whereas an XML file is a text file that carries certain information with organised data.
The PNG files are larger and can take up a lot of space in your device. As the image quality increases, the image size increases with it. Therefore, if we compress a PNG file, there is a chance that the quality of the original image can be reduced.
When the requirement is for a data-oriented file, an XML file can be perfect. It can carry a lot of data in a compressed manner. Also, it is one of the easiest markup languages to understand both by humans as well as computers or any other device.
Additionally, PNGs and XMLs are different types of files. One is an image file and the other is a text data file, therefore, when the PNGs are converted to XMLs, they lose their images and their metadata is shown in text form.
However, you should be aware that a PNG once converted to an XML file will not show the actual image but it will show the metadata and data embedded in the picture.
With our tool, you don’t need to worry at all about your precious data. We are using the latest technology for converting all types of files. Also, we keep a keen eye towards the security of our clients’ data. Therefore, you can easily trust our services.
Information about PNG
|Raster image file|
|Portable Network Graphics|
|PNG development Group(Donated to World wide web Consortium/ W3C)|
|These files are commonly termed as ‘ping' and they store the raster files using lossless compression. It came into existence in order to replace the GIF file format as they both have the ability to show transparent backgrounds. Furthermore, it was an enhanced and improved version of Graphics Interchange format. It supports different types of photos. The first one is palette-based photographs that can either have palettes of 24-bit RGB or 32-bit RGBA colours. Second is grayscale images which may or may not have an alpha channel for transparency. Lastly, there is a full-colour non-palette which is based on RGB/RGBA pictures. There is one limitation of this type. It does not support animation like GIF. Besides this, it is non-patented which means there are no copyright limitations.|
|The expanded features like 8- bit channel for transparency and 24- bit RGB support make PNG more popular. The files stores in this format allow the fading of colours from opaque to transparent which is not present in the preceding format. CMYK does not offer support to this extension as it was developed for transferring of files over the internet, not for professional-quality print graphics. It stores information like textual comments, integrity checks and encoded basic pixels in its extensible structure of chunks. It always starts with an 8-byte signature followed by a series of chunks. A chunk furthermore comprises of four parts- length (4 bytes), chunk type (4 bytes), chunk data (length bytes) and CRC- Cyclic redundancy checksum or code (4 bytes).|
Information about XML
|Extensible Markup Language|
|World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)|
|An XML file is a data file that is used to store,send and recreate the arbitrary data.It outlines a set of guidelines for document encoding in such a way that it can be read by both machines and humans.That is is the main reason these files are processed easily. XML files contain dataset that is meant to be used for structuring the data on a website, web application, or computer programme..|
|XML follows almost the same syntax as HTML as it has one root element that is the parent of all other elements. It comprises metadata and tags, which are used to structure the data.IETF RFC 7303 (successor of RFC 3023) lays forth guidelines for creating media types that may be used in XML messages. The three media types defined are Application/xml, application/xml-external-parsed-entity, and application/xml-dtd Text/xml is an alias for application/xml. They are used to transfer XML files in their raw form without revealing their inherent semantics. Also, RFC 7303 advises giving media types with the +xml suffix to XML-based languages, such as image/svg+xml for SVG.|