JPEG is a compressed graphic file which was first introduced by the Joint Photographic Experts Group in 1992. It supports up to 24-bit color depth and a variable degree of compression for optimisation of size to quality.
Encapsulated PostScript File Format
EPS is used to contain graphics files, it can store 2D vector graphics, bitmap images, and text.
How to use this JPEG to EPS converter
Drop your JPEG file into the box, or click to select a file from your computer.
Review file and click remove if you would like to choose another.
Click convert. Your file will upload and the conversion process will begin. Larger files will take longer to convert.
Your new EPS file will appear below. Click download to save to your computer.