Convert MD Files to JPEG in Java

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About GroupDocs.Conversion for Java API

GroupDocs.Conversion for Java is an advanced file formats conversion API to convert between popular images and document formats like Microsoft Office, OpenDocument, PDF, HTML, Email, CAD and many more using a few lines of code. The native API auto-detects the source document formats and offers a plenty of options to customize the converted documents. Along with the document information-extraction feature, it also supports caching conversion result to the local disk by default. However any type of cache storage can be supported by implementing appropriate interfaces – Amazon S3, Dropbox, Google Drive, Windows Azure, Reddis or any other.

Steps for Converting MD to JPEG in Java

GroupDocs.Conversion makes it easy for developers to convert the MD file to JPEG in few lines of code.

  • Create a new instance of Converter class and load the MD file with full path
  • Set ConvertOptions for the JPEG document type
  • Call the convert() method and pass the document name (full path) and format (JPEG) as parameter

System Requirements

A basic conversion with GroupDocs.Conversion for Java APIs can be done with just a few lines of code. Our APIs are supported on all major platforms and operating systems. Before executing the code below, please make sure that you have the following prerequisites installled on your system.

  • Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows, Linux, MacOS
  • Development Environment: NetBeans, Intellij IDEA, Eclipse etc
  • Java Runtime Environment: J2SE 6.0 and above
  • Get the latest version of GroupDocs.Conversion for Java from Maven

// Load the source MD file to be converted
Converter converter = new Converter("input.md");
// Get the convert options ready for the target JPEG format
ConvertOptions convertOptions = new FileType().fromExtension("jpeg").getConvertOptions();
// Convert to JPEG format
converter.convert("output.jpeg", convertOptions);

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About JPEG File Format

A JPEG is a type of image format that is saved using the method of lossy compression. The output image, as result of compression, is a trade-off between storage size and image quality. Users can adjust the compression level to achieve the desired quality level while at the same time reduce the storage size. Image quality is negligibly affected if 10:1 compression is applied to the image. The higher the compression value, the higher the degradation in image quality. JPEG image file format was standardized by the Joint Photographic Experts Group and, hence, the name JPEG. The format has been the choice of storing and transmitting photographic images on the web. Almost all Operating systems now have viewers that support visualization of JPEG images, which are often stored with JPG extension as well. Even the web browsers support visualization of JPEG images.

Read More About JPEG File Format

Other Supported Conversions

You can also convert MD into many other file formats. Please see the complete list below.

MD TO BMP

(Bitmap File Format)

MD TO CSV

(Comma Separated Values File)

MD TO DCM

(DICOM Image)

MD TO DIF

(Data Interchange Format)

MD TO DOC

(Microsoft Word Document)

MD TO DOCM

(Microsoft Word Macro-Enabled Document)

MD TO DOCX

(Microsoft Word Open XML Document)

MD TO DOT

(Microsoft Word Document Template)

MD TO DOTM

(Microsoft Word Macro-Enabled Template)

MD TO DOTX

(Word Open XML Document Template)

MD TO EMF

(Enhanced Metafile Format)

MD TO EMZ

(Enhanced Windows Metafile Compressed)

MD TO EPUB

(Digital E-Book File Format)

MD TO FODP

(OpenDocument Flat XML Presentation)

MD TO FODS

(OpenDocument Flat XML Spreadsheet)

MD TO GIF

(Graphical Interchange Format File)

MD TO HTM

(Hypertext Markup Language File)

MD TO HTML

(Hyper Text Markup Language)

MD TO ICO

(Microsoft Icon File)

MD TO JP2

(JPEG 2000 Core Image File)

MD TO JPG

(Joint Photographic Expert Group Image File)

MD TO MHT

(MIME Encapsulation of Aggregate HTML)

MD TO MHTML

(MIME Encapsulation of Aggregate HTML)

MD TO ODP

(OpenDocument Presentation File Format)

MD TO ODS

(Open Document Spreadsheet)

MD TO ODT

(Open Document Text)

MD TO OTP

(Origin Graph Template)

MD TO OTT

(Open Document Template)

MD TO PDF

(Portable Document)

MD TO PNG

(Portable Network Graphic)

MD TO POT

(PowerPoint Template)

MD TO POTM

(Microsoft PowerPoint Template)

MD TO POTX

(Microsoft PowerPoint Open XML Template)

MD TO PPS

(Microsoft PowerPoint Slide Show)

MD TO PPSM

(Microsoft PowerPoint Slide Show)

MD TO PPSX

(PowerPoint Open XML Slide Show)

MD TO PPT

(PowerPoint Presentation)

MD TO PPTM

(Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation)

MD TO PPTX

(PowerPoint Open XML Presentation)

MD TO PSD

(Adobe Photoshop Document)

MD TO RTF

(Rich Text File Format)

MD TO SVG

(Scalable Vector Graphics File)

MD TO SVGZ

(Compressed Scalable Vector Graphics File)

MD TO SXC

(StarOffice Calc Spreadsheet)

MD TO TEX

(LaTeX Source Document)

MD TO TIF

(Tagged Image File Format)

MD TO TIFF

(Tagged Image File Format)

MD TO TSV

(Tab Separated Values File)

MD TO TXT

(Plain Text File Format)

MD TO WEBP

(Raster Web Image File Format)

MD TO WMF

(Windows Metafile)

MD TO WMZ

(Windows Metafile Compressed)

MD TO XLAM

(Microsoft Excel Macro-Enabled Add-In)

MD TO XLS

(Microsoft Excel Binary File Format)

MD TO XLSB

(Microsoft Excel Binary Spreadsheet File)

MD TO XLSM

(Microsoft Excel Macro-Enabled Spreadsheet)

MD TO XLSX

(Microsoft Excel Open XML Spreadsheet)

MD TO XLT

(Microsoft Excel Template)

MD TO XLTM

(Microsoft Excel Macro-Enabled Template)

MD TO XLTX

(Microsoft Excel Open XML Template)

MD TO XPS

(Open XML Paper Specification)

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