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Can I convert uploaded images to PNG, GIF, BMP -> JPEG?

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Can I convert uploaded images to PNG, GIF, BMP -> JPEG?

Is there any function in the API that I can change the file type?

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You could try thuis module! At least with png, jpg most surely it works,  not sure about bmp.

 

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