Online Base64 Encoder/Decoder

Note: This tool does not send any data to the server. All processing is done at the client side only.

All in one Base 64 Converter tool

We are offering Base64 Encoder and Decoder to convert your data. It is an effective tool for debugging and testing the decoding process. It will also help you to understand how the Base 4 decoding works. No need to register, copy and paste your data or upload data to encode or decode.

What is Base64?

Base64 is a binary-to-text encoding scheme that converts binary data into a textual format, allowing it to be transmitted as text over text-oriented channels, such as email or HTML. It works by representing binary data using a set of 64 printable characters (hence the name Base64) composed of letters, numbers, and symbols.

Base64 encoding and decoding are methods used to convert data into a format that can be safely transmitted over various systems that may not properly handle binary data. The encoder converts binary data into a text format, consisting of a set of 64 characters, hence the name Base64. This format is used to encode binary data, such as images or files, into a textual representation, making it more suitable for transmission over networks.

Conversely, the decoder performs the reverse operation, converting the Base64-encoded text back into its original binary form. This allows the data to be interpreted and used as intended by the receiving system.

How to Use Our Online Base64 Encoder/Decoder Tool?

Step 1: Copy and Paste, type or upload the data you wish into the upper editor. Choose whether you want to encode or decode data using the respective tabs or options provided on our tool’s interface. No need to register any account.

Step 2: Click on the “Encode” or “Decode” button to initiate the respective process.

Step 3: The tool will swiftly process the data and display the encoded or decoded output in the provided output field.

Step 4: Copy the output to your clipboard or download and use it in your intended application as required.

What are the characters used in Based 64 Encoding?

Uppercase Letters (A-Z): Indexed from 0 to 25 – ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

Lowercase Letters (a-z): Indexed from 26 to 51 – abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz

Digits (0-9): Indexed from 52 to 61 – 0123456789

Symbols: Indexed from 62 to 63 – +/

Our platform allows you to convert your data to Base 64 encoding in a simple manner. Get started!