Base64 to Image
Base64 to image tool is an image to a plain text encoding scheme used to represent image data to an ASCII (American Standard Code For Information Interchange) string format. It does so by encoding the image into a radix 64 representation. The term "Base64" comes from a particular MIME content transfer encoding. Base 64 is a numeral system with base 64 that uses 64 digit sets and is represented by 6 bits. Primarily, we use Base64 encoding schemes where we need to encode image data that must be stored and transmitted over a media that only deals with ASCII string format. In addition, it is done to make sure that the transmission of data remains the same during transport, i.e., for security purposes. Base64 encoding is mainly used in several applications, including email messaging via MIME, websites, and data storage in XML. Base64 Encode is an easy-to-use tool to encode any image file to Base64 encoded format.
To use this Base64 to Image Converter Online (Free) tool, upload your base64 string/text file onto the input field. Then click on the "convert" button and wait for some time. Within seconds you will get your desired image file as output. The tool works well on MAC, Linux, Windows, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Safari.