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Conversion of Apple Photos aae file format to jpg image.

A lot of Apple users are looking for aae to jpg conversion on internet, because they want to recover their photos (typically .jpg images) from .aae files they find on their devices (iPhone, iPad, Mac etc.), something that is unfortunately not possible.

If you only have single .aae file, you cannot convert / recover data from it. Every .aee file is generated for some particular .jpg photo and contains changes made to it in Apple Photos app. You have to look for your photos in your device or Mac so you can load them up along with the .aae file to apply the changes.

In case you do not have the original photos any more, then there is no way to recover pictures from .aae files.

Updated: April 13, 2017

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