How do I convert image from KVM to Proxmox?

How can I convert/import a KVM image on Ubuntu into a different Proxmox server?
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Josef PospisilIT-SystemelektronikerCommented:
Hi, Proxmox uses two virtualization technologies KVM and OpenVZ. If you want to use Proxmoxs full virtualization (KVM) you don't need no conversion...
Josef PospisilIT-SystemelektronikerCommented:
You can import the VM by uploading the KVM image into the apropriate folder via SFTP
Than you can select the image via Proxmoxs webinterface while creating a new VM.
pderingAuthor Commented:
But the format on my KVM Ubuntu is IMG
Josef PospisilIT-SystemelektronikerCommented:
There are two common types of image formats in kvm. Qcow2 and raw format. Even though it is named img...

You can find out the format of your VM by typing "qemu-img info yourimagename.img" in the shell.

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