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What is the best converter used for converting itc2 format to png file format.

itc2 to png conversion seems to represents a recovery of cover images from iTunes cache files (.itc2). It appears that two versions of this format exist, one for JPEG and another for PNG format.

There really is no easy way how to convert itc2 to png, just several workaround that may or may not work depending upon in which version of iTunes your .itc2 file was generated.

Some of the most notable way is to open the .itc2 file using a HEX editor, search for data.png string and delete anything before it. If your .itc2 file contains JPEG picture instead, you will have to look for JFIF string and delete anything before that. Save the file and rename the extension either to .png or .jpg depending on the content and that's it. Sadly, this seems to not always work perfectly.

A viable alternative would be to use some picture recovery tool that that may achieve the very same thing without the use of a HEX editor.

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


Additional links: Open itc2 file, Open png file


Files with itc2 file extension can be most typically found as album covers in a special encrypted format used in Apple iTunes multimedia management software.


Files with png extensions are commonly used for Portable Network Graphic files. PNG is a bitmap image mainly used on web pages.

A png file extension is related to the Corel PaintShop Pro and used for its browser catalogue files.

A png file extension is related to the Adobe Fireworks. A png file stores Firework's PNGs are based on the Portable Network Graphic (PNG) format, but contain additional proprietary metadata.


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