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Image Comparison

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High
High Quality
Our Image comparision tool tells the image differences with utmost accuracy.
Data
Data Security
None of your data is sent on our servers all the operations are done on the browser itself. This enables us to be 100% safe for our users
Flexibilty
Flexibilty
Our image comparison tool works on almost all kinds of browsers and devices.
User
User friendly
Our image comparison tool is very easy to understand no professional is needed to work on our tool.
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Our image comparison tool is completely free of cost, you can use all our tools without paying a single penny
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No additional download
Our image comparison tool is completely browser based and no additional software is required to be downloaded on your device.

How to compare our images

  1. Upload the required images or Click on the drop down arrow and select Dropbox/Google Drive which are to be compared.
  2. select the comparison methods on which you can compare.
  3. Hit the fade option to compare based on fade effect.
  4. Hit the slider option to compare using the slider option.
  5. Hit the info option to compare the images based on their information.
  6. Hit the pixel option to compare the images based on the pixels of the images.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is it safe to allow access to my drive?

    Yes, it is absolutely safe to allow and give us access to your drive. We won't be making any changes to your site and your dfiles will be safe with you.


  • How can I upload files from my drive/dropbox?

    Click on the drop down arrow and select Dropbox/Google Drive. Select the Google account from where you want to link your drive. Now you can select the files that you want to upload.


  • What are the features offered by the image comparison feature from safeimagekit.com while comparing two images?

    The image comparison feature from safeimagekit.com offers versatile features while comparing two features. The main features include - Comparison of two images on the slider basis - Comparison of two images based on the pixels. - Comparison of two images based on the information. - Comparison of two images based on the fade effect. These mentioned comparison methods are basic in nature wherein they are compared and the result of their comparison is directly shown on the screen.


  • How can we compare two images based on the slider comparison of the image comparison feature from safeimagekit.com?

    The first step includes uploading the images which need a comparison. The next step is clicking on the pin named “slider” this activates the slider-based comparison. The result of their comparison is shown directly on the screen.


  • How can we compare two images based on the pixel comparison method of the image comparison feature from safeimagekit.com?

    The first step includes uploading the images which need a comparison. The next step is clicking on the pin named “pixel” this activates the pixel-based comparison. The pixels of the first image are shown on the second image, The result of their comparison is shown directly on the screen, wherein we compare the pixels of the first image over the second one


  • How can we compare two images based on the fade effect method of the image comparison feature from safeimagekit.com?

    The first step includes uploading the images which need a comparison. The next step is clicking on the pin named “fade” this activates the fade effect-based comparison. The faded structure of the first image is shown on the second image, The result of their comparison is shown directly on the screen, wherein we compare the nature of the first image over the second image.


  • How can we compare two images based on the info stats of the images uploaded using the image comparison feature from safeimagekit.com?

    The first step includes uploading of the images which need a comparison. The next step is clicking on the pin named “info” this activates the info-based comparison. The information of the first image is shown beside the second image, The result of their comparison is shown directly on the screen, wherein we compare the nature of the first image over the second image by comparing the stats of the image.


  • How does the info-based comparison of the image comparison feature from safeimagekit.com works?

    The info-based comparison of the compare image feature from safeimagekit.com works by comparing the properties of the images uploaded. These properties include the name of the image, the size of the image, the type of the image, the height of the image, the width of the image. The user can compare the images by following these properties.


  • Can I use the compare image feature from safeimagekit.com on my Windows 8 ultimate?

    Compare image feature is a versatile feature offered by safeimagekit.com which is supported by all the operating systems out there such as Windows 8, Linux, and even Ubuntu. All it takes is a device to open the extension file using the www.safeimagekit.com website and a normal internet connection to stand on. The fun fact is that it can even run on a slower internet connection.


  • Can I use the compare image feature from safeimagekit.com on my Android device?

    Yes, compare image feature from safeimagekit.com is a cross-platform based feature where the user can use this converter tool from operating systems such as Android, iOS, Windows, and Mac OS. It is independent of the operating systems used but only depends on the internet connection.


  • Do we have to use any additional software to download the modified images after conversion using the compare image feature from safeimagekit.com?

    No, the users after comparing their images by entering their respective images, after all, this feature does not provide an option to download. The result of their comparison is shown directly on the screen so that the images are compared directly. It is a browser-based converter tool that does not support or no additional software is required to download the modified image.


  • What will happen to our progress if we refresh our browser while we are using the compare image tool from safeimagekit.com?

    The compare image tool from safeimagekit.com is not connected to any server out there, so the data which the user is working on will not be stored anywhere and as a result, it will be erased instantly when the user refreshes the browser which he is working on. The image files which are being compared will also be removed after the user exits or closes the tab on which the extension page of the website is open.


  • Can we compare the image files which are locked, using the compare image feature from safeimagekit.com?

    No, we cannot upload the image file which is locked as the access to that particular image file is blocked. So, to use the compare image feature from safeimagekit.com we need to upload the image files which are not locked. But the user can check the password finder extension from safeimagekit.com which is exclusively made for unlocking image as well as image files in case the user loses his password for his locked image file.


  • Will my uploaded image files corrupt after comparing the image files using the compare image file feature from safeimagekit.com?

    No, safeimagekit.com is built with all the latest programs and security features which does not allow the uploaded image files to corrupt. So, the uploaded image files are completely safe and secured.


  • Will my file be saved after I complete working on the image comparison tool?

    No, we do not send any of your files to our servers all the operations are done on the browser itself therefore all your files are completely safe.


  • Do I have to do any additional signup or pay extra to use the image comparison tool?

    Absolutely not, our tool is completely online and does not require you to share any of your personal information with us, like email id, passwords etc. Our tool is completely free of cost.


  • How do I communicate if I face any issues or if I want to give any suggestions?

    We gladly take in any issue or suggestions offered by all the users, please contact us through our social media handles for more information. Safeimagekit.com is available on all the leading social media websites such as Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and LinkedIn, etc.


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JPG

Short Name JPG
Full Name Joint Photographics Expert Group
Category Image file format
Pros A very popular format. Compression at a high, controlled level resulting in a small file size. format is compatible and displays correctly in all browsers, text, and graphics programs, on all computers, tablets, and mobile devices. Supports full-color realistic images with a lot of color and contrast transitions. High quality of image with a small degree of coherence.
Cons When you compress the image, it may “fall apart” into individual squares - 808-pixel blocks. This occurs because the compression algorithm analyses neighboring pixels. smooth color – transitions may become harsh or simply vanish. JPEG is less suitable for working with text or monochrome graphics with clear boundaries. This format does not support transparency even though it is required when creating templates, logos, and buttons. The image's quality declines with each subsequent compression step.
Basic Information A JPG file is an image saved in the Joint Photographic Experts Group's compressed image format (JPEG). It is widely used for storing digital photos and is supported by most digital cameras. JPG files are among the most commonly used image formats. It's a common technique for compressing photography photos. JPEG is also the name of the file format that uses this type of compression. Lossy compression is irreversible, and the lower the compression rate, the sharper the image.
Detailed Information There was no technology in the early 1980s that allowed people to readily compress and exchange digital photos. In 1982, the JPEG workgroup began developing a compression standard to reduce the size of image files while maintaining as much quality as possible, making them easier to share. The JPEG file format was designed by the workgroup in 1992. JPEG files, which are usually saved with the.jpg or.JPEG extension, are images generated utilizing a lossy compression process that destroys some of the data in the source image file. This data loss, however, is generally undetectable to the naked eye. JPG files are ideal for final products, while lossless files are best for editing. The JPEG standard is still the most popular image compression format in use today because it allows users to create sharable, high-quality image files and because it is so deeply embedded in technology used to make and exchange photos.
Created by ITU-T and Joint Photographics Expert Group
Created In Year 1992
Platforms Supported

JPEG

Short Name JPEG
Full Name Joint Photographics Expert Group
Category Image file format
Pros A very popular format. Compression at a high, controlled level resulting in a small file size. format is compatible and displays correctly in all browsers, text, and graphics programs, on all computers, tablets, and mobile devices. Supports full-color realistic images with a lot of color and contrast transitions. High quality of image with a small degree of coherence.
Cons When you compress the image, it may “fall apart” into individual squares - 808-pixel blocks. This occurs because the compression algorithm analyses neighboring pixels. smooth color – transitions may become harsh or simply vanish. JPEG is less suitable for working with text or monochrome graphics with clear boundaries. This format does not support transparency even though it is required when creating templates, logos, and buttons. The image's quality declines with each subsequent compression step.
Basic Information A JPG file is an image saved in the Joint Photographic Experts Group's compressed image format (JPEG). It is widely used for storing digital photos and is supported by most digital cameras. JPG files are among the most commonly used image formats. It's a common technique for compressing photography photos. JPEG is also the name of the file format that uses this type of compression. Lossy compression is irreversible, and the lower the compression rate, the sharper the image.
Detailed Information There was no technology in the early 1980s that allowed people to readily compress and exchange digital photos. In 1982, the JPEG workgroup began developing a compression standard to reduce the size of image files while maintaining as much quality as possible, making them easier to share. The JPEG file format was designed by the workgroup in 1992. JPEG files, which are usually saved with the.jpg or.JPEG extension, are images generated utilizing a lossy compression process that destroys some of the data in the source image file. This data loss, however, is generally undetectable to the naked eye. JPG files are ideal for final products, while lossless files are best for editing. The JPEG standard is still the most popular image compression format in use today because it allows users to create sharable, high-quality image files and because it is so deeply embedded in technology used to make and exchange photos.
Created by ITU-T and Joint Photographics Expert Group
Created In Year 1992
Platforms Supported

PNG

Short Name PNG
Full Name Portable Network Graphics
Category Bit-map image graphics format
Pros Compression loss is kept to a bare minimum. Any compression ratio has no effect on the image quality. The format is excellent for storing intermediate versions of the image. The quality of an image is not lost when it is re-saved. PNG supports a huge number of colors. It allows for multiple levels of transparency. The ability to work with layers. The ability to add to the file meta-data. The size of the files is small.
Cons Unsuitable for working with full-color photographs. Can't save many images in a single file. Doesn't allow animation.
Basic Information An image file saved in the Portable Network Graphic (PNG) format is known as a PNG file. It contains a lossless compressed bitmap, comparable to that of a .GIF file. Web graphics, digital pictures, and images with translucent backgrounds are typically saved as PNG files. Originally, the PNG image format was intended to replace the GIF image format because they both support transparent backgrounds. The usage of indexed colors and lossless compression is another similarity between the two. PNG files, on the other hand, are not subject to the same copyright restrictions.
Detailed Information Overlayed upon a checkered background is a PNG image with an 8-bit transparency layer (top) (bottom). PNG employs deflation, a non-patented lossless data compression technique. PNG can compress images more efficiently than GIF in most cases, but some implementations use inadequate filter methods, resulting in needlessly huge PNG files. There are three types of transparency in the PNG format- one for indexed, color images, and two for greyscale or true-color images. Gamma values, background color, and textual content are all image attributes that can be recorded in PNG files. The standard allows for up to 16 bits per channel, however, most customers only need 8 bits per channel. For saving images, the PNG format is widely used, especially on the internet. It can handle 24-bit RGB or 32-bit RGBA (RGB with a fourth alpha channel) color images that are indexed (palette-based). Full-color, non-indexed RGB or RGBA photos, as well as grayscale images, are supported by the format. PNG files may be encountered by a variety of computer users, whether they are downloading an image from a website, receiving a digital photo attached to an email, or taking a screenshot. For web use, graphic designers frequently save graphics as PNG files. They also employ PNG files to save translucent logo or icon mockups that can be overlaid over other pictures.
Created by PNG Development Group
Created In Year 1996
Platforms Supported

WEBP

Short Name WEBP
Full Name Web Picture
Category Raster Image Files
Pros File sizes are smaller. Compression algorithm has been improved. Color gradients that are smoother. Masking the alpha channel.
Cons Browser support is lacking. Interface for exporting is poor. Artifacting appears to be made of plastic.
Basic Information A WEBP file is a raster image format developed by Google for web graphics called WebP (pronounced "Weppy"). The WebP format compresses files more efficiently than typical JPEG compression while preserving image quality that is comparable to or greater than that of JPEG. Similar to.PNG, it enables lossy and lossless compression and contains an alpha channel for transparency.
Detailed Information The open standard WEBP picture format, created by Google in 2010, allows users to save photos in both lossy and lossless compression. The compression efficiency, according to Google developers, allows photos to be shrunk to sizes up to 34% less than JPEG and PNG images while maintaining great quality. The WebP format is based on On2 Technologies' technology, which was purchased by Google in 2009. The format, which was announced in 2010, uses a container based on the Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF). Except for Apple Safari and Microsoft Internet Explorer, most web browsers accept WEBP files as of 2019. The hypothesis is that by using the technology used to make WEBP images (assuming widespread adoption), the internet as a whole can be sped up because WEBP images require less storage space, allowing bigger quantities of images to be viewed simultaneously at higher speeds around the world.
Created by Google
Created In Year 2010
Platforms Supported