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Convert Compressed Keyhole Markup Language (Google Earth) data to JPEG bitmap image format.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

KMZ is a format used to display geographic data in Google Earth, Google Maps and other similar tools. When you visualize the data, it may be possible to export the visualization as JPEG picture (.jpg, .jpeg) and this looks like the pretty much only kmz to jpeg conversion that makes sense.

Updated: March 17, 2021

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Additional links: Open kmz file, Open jpeg file


Files with kmz extension are saved in the Compressed Keyhole Markup Language used by the Google Earth and other GIS applications for modeling geographic data.


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


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