Base64 Image Converter

About BASE64 Image Encoding

A base64 image converter is a tool that allows users to convert images from their original binary format into a base64 string. This can be useful in a variety of situations, such as when you want to include an image in a rich text document (world or html) or email but do not want to use an external file host.

To use a base64 image converter, you simply need to select the image you want to convert and then choose the conversion option. The tool will then take the binary data of the image and encode it into a base64 string. This string can then be easily copy and pasted into a text document or email as needed.

One of the main advantages of using a base64 image converter is that it allows you to embed images directly into your documents and emails without the need for external hosting. This can be especially useful when you are working on a document that needs to be shared with others and you want to ensure that all of the images will be visible to everyone who views the document.

Overall, a base64 image converter is a useful tool for anyone who needs to include images in their documents or emails without the hassle of external hosting. It is simple to use and can help you share images with others more easily and efficiently.

Base64 encoded images can be embedded using img tags or CSS, speeding up load times for smaller images by preventing additional HTTP requests. This can be done to build single-file mockups / demo pages for your clients, HTML email signatures that will not trigger the nasty "show images" warning in email clients, etc.

Supported Formats

This tool supports the most common image formats. These are .jpeg, .png, .gif, .webp, .svg and .bmp.

How to convert

Just select image and get convertd text. This tool is works on client side so we don't get your images.

How to use converted base64 image

You can use the base64 encoded string as a value of the src parameter, using a data:image/... construct. Your HTML code should look like this:

<img src="data:image/jpeg;base64,/9j/4RiDRXhpZgAATU0AKgA..." width="100" height="50" alt="base64 test">

You can use the base64 encoded string as a CSS background image, too. Simply feed the url() parameter with data:image/... Your CSS code should look like this:

.yourClass { background: url('data:image/jpeg;base64,/9j/4RiDRXhpZgAATU0AKgA...'); }