Convert any image to WebP

To convert JPG to WebP, PNG to WebP, or any other image type to WebP just click Upload Files to choose up to 20 images then wait for the upload and conversion process. You can adjust the image quality by using the adjust button on the thumbnail. Click Download All to get all the converted images at once, grouped in a ZIP archive, or download each image individually.

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About WebP

What is WebP?

Webp is an image file format developed by Google intended as a replacement for JPEG, PNG, and GIF file formats. It supports both lossy and lossless compression, as well as animation and alpha transparency. WebP is the most popular next-gen image format. It is an open-source format that Google has developed and 90% of modern web browsers support it. At this point, adopting WebP is a safe bet. Modifying your WordPress site to support it will improve the user experience for almost all your website visitors. Disregarding all the recent buzz, WebP (colloquially pronounced “weppy”) is actually quite old. It was first announced back in 2010, and has since been upgrading and improving until its current state. It’s become a popular topic lately as it pulled ahead in the next-gen image format wars: as of this writing, it’s supported on Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Opera and most recently Safari.

What is WebP format used for?

WebP is a modern image format that provides superior lossless and lossy compression for images on the web. Using WebP, webmasters and web developers can create smaller, richer images that make the web faster. WebP lossless images are 26% smaller in size compared to PNGs.

How to fix serve images in next-gen formats? was originally created for developers and webmasters to fix this error message "serve images in next-gen formats" that shows when you measure your website's performance in Google's PageSpeed Insights, Image formats like WebP and AVIF often provide better compression than PNG or JPEG, which means faster downloads and less data consumption, all you need to do is to upload your images of any type format to and download the converted images to WebP in straightforward steps.

Is WebP good for SEO?

Yes. At the end of the day, you can hardly go wrong with implementing SEO optimization products from Google. WebP and SEO go hand in hand. These tools are designed to make your website lighter, run faster and smoother, which translates to higher search engine rankings and a better experience for visitors.

Is WebP faster than PNG?

Essentially WebP offers the following benefits over PNG. WebP offers 26% smaller file sizes than PNG, while still providing transparency and the same quality. WebP loads faster (due to file size) than PNG images.

Why are WebP so small?

Google claims that their WebP format is 25 – 34% smaller than JPEG at equivalent quality. I think Google's result of 25-34% smaller files is mostly caused by the fact that they compared their WebP encoder to the JPEG reference implementation, Independent JPEG Group's cjpeg, not Mozilla's improved MozJPEG encoder.

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