Base64 to Image

Base64 to Image


"Base64 to Image" refers to the process of converting a Base64-encoded string back into an image. Base64 encoding is often used to represent binary data, such as images, in a text-based format that can be easily transmitted over the internet or stored in text-based files.

When an image is encoded into Base64, each byte of the image's binary data is represented by a sequence of characters from the Base64 character set. This encoded string can be decoded to retrieve the original binary image data, which can then be used to reconstruct the image.

The steps involved in converting Base64-encoded data back to an image are as follows:

  • Obtain the Base64-encoded string that represents the image.
  • Use a Base64 decoder to convert the encoded string back into the original binary image data.
  • Once you have the binary image data, you can use the appropriate programming libraries or tools to create an image from that data. The format of the image (e.g., PNG, JPEG, GIF) will depend on the original image and the data provided.

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