How to convert HEIC to JPG on Mac in bulk? Actually, almost any program that is capable of converting HEIC to JPG on Mac can help you to complete the file conversion in batch. Thus, the common ways used to convert HEIC to JPG on Mac, including a third-party HEIC to JPG converter, the Photos app, and the Preview app, are all workable solutions to convert multiple HEIC files to JPG.

What makes batch file conversion different is the way to select multiple items. If you don't know how to do it, don't worry. Here I will guide you through the details to convert multiple HEIC to JPG on Mac. (If you are a PC user, you can go to the guide on how to convert HEIC to JPG on Windows for reference.)

How to Convert HEIC to JPG on Mac in Bulk with a Converter

As an iPhone data transfer tool, EaseUS MobiMover not only provides data transfer features that help you to transfer files to or from your iDevice but also offers a HEIC to JPG converter for you to change HEIC to JPG, either on Mac or PC.

If you want to convert iPhone photos to JPG, you can use this tool to transfer photos from iPhone to Mac first, and then convert HEIC to JPG in bulk.

Moreover, EaseUS MobiMover is also a video downloader that can download online video or audio from over 1,000 sites. With this tool, it will be effortless for you to download Facebook videos to a computer or convert YouTube videos to MP3.

To convert multiple HEIC to JPG on Mac:

Step 1. Launch EaseUS MobiMover on your Mac, go to "HEIC to JPG," and then click "Browse."

Open HEIC to JPG feature in EaseUS MobiMover

Step 2. Select the HEIC files you want to convert and click "Open."

Add HEIC photos to EaseUS MobiMover from PC

Step 3. Click "Convert" or "Start All" to start converting HEIC to JPG. After the file conversion completes, click the "View" button to check the converted JPG photos on your Mac.

Click to start convert HEIC photos to JPG

How to Convert Multiple HEIC to JPG on Mac with Photos

The pre-installed Photos app on Mac is a handy option for you to convert HEIC to JPG. Although it is mainly a photo viewing and editing app, Photos can also work to convert HEIC to JPG on Mac by exporting the source HEIC files to JPG.

Notes: If you are going to convert iPhone photos to JPG, all you need is to import iPhone photos to the photo library in the app, and then drag and drop the pictures from Photos to your desktop. By doing so, the photos on your desktop will be converted to JPG automatically.

To convert HEIC to JPG in batch:

Step 1. Launch the Photos app on your Mac.

Step 2. Go to "Photos" in the Library section.

Step 3. Select the photos you want to convert.

Step 4. Go to "File" > "Export" > "Export [number] Photos."

Step 5. In export settings, choose "JPEG" as the target format and click "Export" to continue.

Step 6. Choose a folder to save the JPG files and click "Export" to start converting HEIC to JPG.

How to convert multiple HEIC to JPG with the Photos app

How to Convert HEIC to JPG on Mac in Batch with Preview

Being similar to Photos, the built-in app on Mac - Preview is also a proven solution to convert multiple HEIC to JPG on Mac. But honestly speaking, it's easier to use Photos compared with Preview since Photos simplifies the process to select multiple items. However, if you get used to Preview, it's no doubt that it's also a workable solution to convert multiple HEIC to JPG on Mac.

To change HEIC to JPG in bulk:

Step 1. Open the pictures you want to convert with Preview.

Step 2. Set to show the images in thumbnails.

Step 3. Go to "Edit" > "Select All" > "Export Selected Images."

Step 4. Select a destination folder and click "Choose."

Step 5. Set "JPEG" as the output format and click "Choose" to start the file conversion.

How to convert HEIC to JPG on Mac in bulk

The Bottom Line

Other than desktop programs, there are online HEIC to JPG converters that will convert multiple HEIC to JPG on Mac. However, online tools are not as reliable as desktop programs because the service they provide may be unstable. Therefore, in spite of that online services are more convenient, you are still recommended to try one of the desktop apps introduced.

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Daisy is the Senior editor of the writing team for EaseUS. She has been working in EaseUS for over ten years, starting from a technical writer to a team leader of the content group. As a professional author for over 10 years, she writes a lot to help people overcome their tech troubles.

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Myra joined EaseUS in 2017. As a big fan of Apple products, she mainly focuses on iOS data transfer and iOS troubleshooting tips. Meanwhile, she is expanding her knowledge and skills in other fields like data recovery and disk management. Myra is open-minded and likes both extensive and intensive reading. Other than reading and writing, she is also fond of mobile games and K-pop stars.

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