Image to Base64

.gif, .png, .jpg, .jpeg, .svg allowed. 100 MB maximum.

What is Image to Base64

Converting an image to a Base64 encoded string involves encoding the binary data of the image into a text-based format. This can be achieved using programming languages or libraries that support image manipulation and Base64 encoding, such as Python with the base64 and PIL (Python Imaging Library) modules, or JavaScript with the Canvas API and built-in functions like btoa. By loading the image as binary data and encoding it as Base64, you can obtain a string that represents the image in a text-based format. This encoded string can be useful for transmitting images through channels that support text data, such as in HTML, CSS, or as part of data exchange formats.

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