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Base64 is a standard used in computer communications to store and transport data. A Base64 encoded text file contains lines of text, typically one per line, of data in a sequence of octets.
When you upload the file, it converts the image to base64 and generates three codes, Base64 strings, Image Source, and CSS background Source, that you can use anywhere.
It allows you to transfer binary data from one computer system to another using email, web pages, or network traffic.
How do you convert a file to a Base64 encoded file?
To convert a file to a Base64 encoded file, go to the Tools menu, then select the Encoding option. Choose “Convert to Base 64 (ASCII)” and choose a location for converting the file. This location must be accessible by your Base64 program.
Yes, you can save an encoded file as a Base64 file, but you cannot open this file again to decode it.
Is there a difference between Base64 files and plain text files?
Yes, there is a difference. Plain text files have human readable characters, while Base64 encoded files only have the characters shown above.
For information about Base64, many places on the Internet provide information on the subject. For example:
• Microsoft: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/2y1ykfw9(VS.85).aspx.
• WebMate: http://www.webmate.net/base64.html.
• Geeks with tools: http://www.geekswithtools.com/bas64.htm.
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It supports JPG and PNG files.
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