Convert SVG to PNG

Convert vector SVG images to PNG format with transparent background and without loss of quality.

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How to convert SVG to PNG online

  • 1First, select the SVG images on your computer and upload them to the converter area.
  • 2Next, click the "Convert" button and wait for the conversion to complete.
  • 3Now your PNG images are ready! You can download each .png image individually or in a single ZIP archive.
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SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics)

SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) is a vector graphic format of two-dimensional images. It can be both static and animated images, including interactive elements (support user interaction). Like many vector images, SVG files can be scaled (increased in size) while preserving quality.

The SVG format was developed by the W3C (World Wide Web) consortium and released in 2001. It is an open standard. The peculiarity of the format is that it uses XML code that can be edited even in a text editor.

SVG images are widespread in web graphics because they allow you to create high-quality images at a low file size, and they also have flawless quality when scaled to any screen. This format is actively used in web development as icons, logos, and other graphics.
File type: Image
File extension: .svg
Developed by: W3C
Initial release: September 4, 2001

PNG (Portable Network Graphics)

PNG is a bitmap graphics format for storing high-quality images with relatively small file sizes. PNG is an abbreviation for Portable Network Graphics, which indicates that the format was developed for use on the Internet.

PNG files are very popular in web graphics, especially for publishing small elements such as logos and icons because the support for alpha channels allows .png files to have transparent backgrounds. Also, PNG format supports animated images, for which it has a special APNG extension.

You can open PNG files in almost any program - both for viewing and editing. This combination of widespread support and essential characteristics has led to the format's great popularity.
File type: Image
File extension: .png
Developed by: PNG Development Group
Initial release: October 1, 1996