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Software that can be used for conversion of xmp file type to jpeg format.

There is no way how you could convert .xmp files to .jpeg. XMP format is used for a special metadata format that is usually generated when a RAW image is processed through Adobe Camera Raw.

Thus these files do not contain any image data and xmp to jpeg conversion is not possible. The graphics data (photo) is located in the original RAW (like NEF from Nikon or example) and you have to convert/export these to JPEG format.

Updated: February 22, 2019

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

This conversion entry was verified by us and conversion from xmp to jpeg was flagged as wrong or not possible.
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Additional links: Open xmp file, Open jpeg file


An xmp file extension is related to the Adobe Extensible Metadata Platform. An xmp file stores metadata about photos like camera type, date, image dimensions etc.

An xmp file extension is related to the XMap software and used for its project data.

An xmp file extension is related to the PSpice software. An xmp file stores library.


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


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