Image to Base64
Base64 is nothing but an encoding algorithm that can convert anything, be it characters, binary data, images or sound files, into a human-readable string file format. This string file can be saved or sent over the network without any significant risk of data loss. The characters that Base64 encodes generate consist of digits, Latin letters, plus, and slash. Base64 is mainly used as a MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) transfer encoding for email and other things. Base64 images are primarily used to embed image file information in files like HTML, CSS, or JSON.
This image to base64 encoder is an easy-to-use online tool that converts Image to Base64 String. The encoder supports image formats such as PNG, JPEG, GIF, etc. But the maximum image uploading size is set to 5MB. It generates HTML code for images with Base64 as src. The online tool does this with much ease and very efficiently. To use the tool, ensure that the uploading file is less than 5MB. After uploading the file onto the online encoder, click on the "convert" button and get your desired base64 string format output.