JPEG -> WEBP -> Animated WEBP???

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Neipas09
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JPEG -> WEBP -> Animated WEBP???

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Well the title pretty much says it all, but to elaborate more...

I have a phone that does "Burst Shots" and i would like to convert those 20+ images into WEBP format (which i can already do with NxConvert) and then convert those files into 1 animated WEBP image.
I don't know if it's possible to do it all in 1 shot?
Or does XnConvert even support the animated WEBP output?

Any help is appreciated.
But don't tell me that i can convert the JPEG images to WEBP, because i already know i can!
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Re: JPEG -> WEBP -> Animated WEBP???

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Not possible, Do you have animated webp?
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xnview wrote:Not possible, Do you have animated webp?
I have been unable to create any animated webp files.
Even using this program, which claims to be able to.
http://www.rw-designer.com/webp-codec
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Neipas09 wrote:I have been unable to create any animated webp files.
You sure can create them.

But currently there are no viewers, no browsers that can display the result.

The format is just too new. You can create the animation, but you cannot play it. Yet.
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I myself personally cannot wait to test WebP Animatons when the format becomes supported in viewers :D
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Post by Shyboy »

Bump

We already have viewers for animated webp, and command line tools to create then, but i did like to see in xnconvert is always good to have a friendly UI.

HoneyView just updated to 5.08 and now it can open animated webp, i hope xnview can do this soon.

e.g

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/239 ... 20webp.zip
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