JAR is a Java archive file that is used to execute Java. It runs on mobile phones and computers if Java is installed. It permits a Java file to execute using some set of classes. The compression in JAR works similar to ZIP files. JAR files can be unzipped using any unzipping software or JVM.
Tar is an archive type file format that is used in UNIX based Operating Systems. It contains file header. It is a packaging file that can integrate multiple files in uncompressed format. TAR files can be compressed using several compression techniques like GZ, GZIP, Z, 7Z, ZIP and LZO etc.
CloudConvert supports the conversion between more than 200 different audio, video, document, ebook, archive, image, spreadsheet and presentation formats. Check the supported formats for more details.
There is no need to install any software on your computer! Upload your files to CloudConvert and we will do the job for you. Don't worry, your files are safe and only you can access them. They will be deleted again as soon as your conversion is finished.
Most conversion types support advanced options, for example setting the codecs of audio/video files. Also, we support batch converting and folder monitoring!
The CloudConvert API offers the full functionality of CloudConvert and makes it possible to use the conversion services in your own applications.