WebP 101
Basic knowledge about WebP
Features of WebP
History of WebP
Learn more about WebP
Advantages of WebP
Disadvantages of WebP
Quality of WebP
Technology for WebP
Lossy and lossless compression of WebP
FAQs about WebP
What is WebP?
How can you view WebP?
How can you convert a WebP image to an image in other formats?
Is there any free WebP converter you can use?
Techincal FAQs about WebP
What is the best quality value for WebP?
How can you upload a WebP image on websites?
What is the maximum size a WebP image can be?
What should you remember when converting an image to a WebP image?

Basic knowledge about WebP

WebP (pronounced as "weppy") is an image format developed by Google.

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The WebP format has been developed to replace the conventional image formats including GIF, JPG, and PNG commonly used on the World Wide Web.

The greatest advantage of the WebP is that a WebP image has a much smaller file size when it compares to images in other formats with the same quality.

For example, the file size of a WebP image is 25-34% smaller than that of a JPG image of the same content and 26% (60-70% if lossy compression used) smaller than that of a PNG image.

Especially in the case of an animated image file, converting a GIF image to a WebP image reduces the file size by half while the image quality is preserved.

Most web browsers including Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Apple Safari are compatible with the WebP format.And it is believed that the format will become more and more widespread across the whole electronic world.