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It is simply not possible to convert .aae files (iPhone picture metadata) to JPEG format. AAE format contains special metadata for an actual JPEG image, it does not contain the image itself. This means aae to jpeg conversion is simply not possible.

Perhaps you can view the .aae file using a text editor and look for the file path to the actual image, but it should be typically located at the same folder as the .aae file.

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

This conversion entry was verified by us and conversion from aae to jpeg was flagged as wrong or not possible.
Usually this happens when the conversion would try to convert different types of data between each other, such as audio to image, or it can't be done because incompatibility between programs, caused by closed file formats, very limited support or by other problems.

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Articles and other information relating to aae into jpeg conversion:

What is AAE file, how to work with it - How to work with aae sidecars files used by Apple Photos app from macOS and iOS


Additional links: Open aae file, Open jpeg file


Files with aae file extension can be typically found by owners of Apple devices and computers and users of the Apple Photos app. The aae files contain edits and changes on a particular photo (.jpg). The purpose is to allow save non-destructive changes made to a photograph so the original picture can be preserved.


Files with jpeg extension can be commonly found as images in JPEG bitmap image format.


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