Base64 is a base-64 bit format that uses 64 bits and can be represented by 6 bits.
Base64 is a similar binary-to-text conversion scheme that represents binary data in ASCII string format by converting it to radix-64 representation. for example. It can also be used to transfer binary files over 8-bit negative channels, or without worrying about source issues.
Charset: If the data is text, the conversion scheme does not have a charset, so you must specify the charset used during the conversion process. This is usually UTF-8, but it can be many others; if you don’t know, play with the available options or try the self-discovery option. This information is used to convert generated data into our website identifiers so that all characters and symbols can be displayed correctly.
Note that this is not necessary for files because no web protection should be applied to them. Record each line separately: the input data is usually continuous text, so even new characters are converted to Base64-encoded. Before entering the code, all non-coded whitespace is removed from the input to protect the validation of the input. This option is useful if you intend to decode several independent data entries separated by new lines.
How to use this Base64 converter tool
- Enter your Base64 code in the input field.
- Press the DECODE button. The output will appear in a new area under the button.
- Example: Enter the embedded string \’YmFzZTY0IGRlY29kZXI=\’, press the decode button and get \’base64 decoder’ as output
- Note: If you have a large Base64 string (more than 1MB), use Base64 to file format to download the data as a file and record it.
List Base64 input and output conversion
Base64 encoding and decoding is used in a variety of applications for data entry, transmission, and storage. Here are some common uses of Base64:
- Email attachments: Email clients use it encoding to send and receive email attachments, such as images or PDFs. Data Transfer: It encoding is often used to transfer binary data over protocols that only support text, such as HTTP or SMTP.
- Password protection: Some applications use Base64 encoding to better protect passwords, since they are not easily readable by humans. Encryption: Base64 is sometimes used as part of an encryption algorithm to encode and decode data.
- HTML and CSS: Base64 encoding is used in HTML and CSS to insert images and other binary data directly into symbols. JSON web token: JSON web token uses It to encode and decode data in a compact and secure way.
- Mobile applications: Mobile applications can use It encoding to store and transfer data, such as user credentials or settings. File Upload: Web applications use It encoding to upload files to servers that only support text-based standards.
- Storing data in XML or JSON files: Tools is used to store binary data such as images or audio in XML or JSON files, as they do not support storing binary data directly. Storing data in databases: It is often used to store binary data in databases that do not support binary data types.
- Encryption: Base64 is sometimes used to encrypt code or data because it can make it difficult for humans to read or understand. However, it should not be used for security purposes, as it is not a form of privacy.