Base64 is a binary-to-text encoding scheme that represents binary data in a printable ASCII string format by translating it into a radix-64 representation. Each Base64 digit represents exactly 6 bits of binary data.
Our tool decode's base64 encoded text into text or binary. Data is encoded and decoded to make the data transmission and storing process easier. Encoding and decoding are not similar to encryption and decryption. Encryption and decryption are used to conceal something (a hidden message), while encoding and decoding are used to put information into a particular form (for example, to send it over an internet connection
Some applications that use URLs also have a need to embed (small) media type data directly inline. The URLs are of the form:
data:[<mime type>][;base64],<encoded data>
An inline binary resource begins with the string literal
data:. Immediately following that is an optional MIME type and similarly optional encoding. If the encoding is specified, it is preceded by a semicolon (
;). Omitting these tokens makes them default to values of
text/plain;charset=US-ASCII. Then, finally, a comma (
,) delimits these properties from the actual encoded binary data, which is placed at the end.
Supported formats: JPEG/JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP
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