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How to convert your logo into different formats?

At LogoCrisp we provide several sizes and formats for your logo. Our packages include image files, such as JPG and PNG’s as well as vector formats which hold the raw assets of your logo design. Nonetheless, what if you need a very specific size and format for your logo design? In this post, we provide you with some alternative ways to convert your logo into different formats.

Here are some scenarios where you may need to convert your logo design format and size:

  1. Facebook and other Social Networks are always changing their size requirements to adjust for their improvements in the UI and UX of the platforms. It can have a direct impact on your logo files and may require you to update the size and format for the best resolution and view.
  2. A printing company only works with a specific format. For instance, if your printing company only works with EPS files, you may need to find a way to convert your vector files (SVG or AI into EPS).
  3. If you need to submit our logo designs for a certain application form, they may require specific dimensions and formats.

Several other situations could be applicable here. Nonetheless, there are free solutions for converting logos into different formats and sizes and these are quite easy to use.

1. Get in touch with our Logo Design Team

Before reaching any other external tools, the swiftest approach to convert a logo is getting in touch with our team. If you have ordered a logo through LogoCrisp, get in touch with us through the contact form and let us know the specific resize you need. We will get back to you with the updated version of your logo design.

Of course, this service is free of charge. Whenever you send us a logo to convert, we will use our proprietary tool to generate an output for you.

Therefore, if you need to convert your logo, send us an e-mail to support@logocrisp.com with your logo files and your order ID. We’ll usually reply within 24 business hours.

2. Use an Online Conversion Tool

You may use an Online Conversion Tool. If you google for “Convert an image from PDF to JPG” or “Convert an image from SVG to PNG”, you will likely find in the first result a free online conversion solution.

With these tools, you only have to upload the current logo image and then add some settings such as the output format, dimensions and other available transformations.

The best of these tools is the instantaneous process. It can take less than 1 minute to have the format of your logo ready for you to use. The negative part of the process, is that even though this is normally free, you will be served with several advertisements that will eventually provide buttons for download that aren’t actually associated with the download of your logo but with some external ads.

Here is an example of a website with deceiving buttons:

Convert JPG to EPS

Breaking News: We will soon have an ad-free Online Converter tool for you to use.

Here are some suggestions for Online Image Converter Tools:

  1. Online Convert
  2. A Convert
  3. Simple Image Resizer
  4. Resize Image
  5. Small PDF
  6. I Love PDF

3. Use Adobe to Convert your logos

Adobe tools such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator are undeniably the reference instruments for professional designers. If you end up ordering an Enterprise logo with us, we will certainly be using Adobe to design your logo. Most of the logos we do and display in LogoCrisp are also made using Adobe Suite.

Even non-professional users of the Adobe Suite can use it for simpler tasks, such as recolouring or converting and resizing your logo design. There are 3 simple steps:

First, Open your current file with adobe.

Opening  a file with Adobe

Secondly, click in File > Save as

Saving a file in Adobe

Thirdly, select the image format, JPEG, PNG or other. Finally, click “Save”.

how can I change the format of a picture

4. Using to Paint to Convert your logo format

This is really not the best option. Paint is one of the first design software’s released for major audiences through Microsoft Windows. But, it’s not ideal for designers or for quality works. Probably the output you will generate won’t have the same quality as the input image you’ve added. Nonetheless, it’s a valid option and it’s always available in any Windows Computer, Online and Offline.

Firstly, Open your Image with paint Paint.

convert logo image

Secondly, Use the Selection Tool. Select All. Resize it as you want (it will look bad, always).

convert logo in another format

Lastly, Save the image in the format you need:

change logo format

5. Using Word and Powerpoint to Resize your Logo

Microsoft Word and Microsoft Powerpoint are amazing Office tools for many things and perform much better resizes and conversion of images when compared to paint. Still, it’s never a great option due to the loss of quality.

Firstly, Open your Image with your Office Tool (Word or Powerpoint):

how to conver logo image into different format

Secondly, Resize or cut as you wish:

how to convert logo

Lastly, Right-Click in the Image, Click in "Save as". Then, within the "Save as" section, select the output you want: PNG, JPG, and others.

how to convert image

6. Your Own Windows/MAC Image Viewer

The default Windows Image Viewer allows you to resize and cut your logo. It doesn’t allow you to convert it into other formats. Still, you may be able to download an image viewer that already has those features

Resize Image Windows

Here are some image viewer tools for Windows:

  1. 123 Photo Viewer
  2. Honeyview
  3. Image Glass
  4. Fastone Image Viewer

MAC’s default tool works the same way and allows you to resize and cut the logo. Indeed, most image viewers, either from Windows and MAC allow for image resize and image cropping, but they don’t allow for image conversion and therefore aren’t an option for logo conversion formats.

Here are also some image viewer tools for MAC:

  1. Xee
  2. Light Gallery
  3. XNView

In the end, you need to make sure that the software or service that you use will generate your logos in the best quality as possible. If you have doubts regarding the quality, put side-by-side the 2 logo files: The original and the duplicate. If the duplicate seems to have some pixelation or it’s not crystal-clear, then some compression happened during the conversion process. Try redoing this process with a different tool.

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