How to Convert WebP to JPG Using Resizing.app
Our online image resizer tool will certainly come in handy every time you need to convert your images into different formats. Follow these simple steps to your images from WebP to JPG.
Upload your WebP image or just drag and drop your picture into the Resizing.app interface.
Set up the image format you need to convert — your .WebP file to JPG, in our case.
Click the Save button to download your newly converted from webP to JPG image automatically to your device.
Convert Images to WebP Using Android Studio
If you aim to, you would definitely find a stack of tools on the Internet with a special software right from the creators of the very image format among them; however, searching, downloading, installing, activating takes a lot of time and energy, while it can be done for free and on any device anytime with our web-based Resizing.app, a WebP to jpg converter.
Still, if you want to know more and to try it out, download Android Studio here.
WebP — What Is It, and Why Should I Care?
An image format presented by Google in 2010 is becoming more and more popular among web developers and webmasters who always do their best to boost the web by creating smaller, and richer images.
A nowadays alternative for JPG and PNG from Google, it provides superior lossless and lossy compression as well as transparency for images on the web.
Usually, if you convert JPG to WebP and vice versa, a WebP file to JPG image, you will barely see any visual difference, yet the difference in file size is substantial. The weight of the WebP image can be 1.5x or 2x smaller than the one of the JPG version. Not bad, eh? Especially if the visual quality between the two is more or less comparable.
How WebP Works
The method is the same used by the VP8 video codec to compress keyframes—WebP compression uses predictive coding to encode an image. First, predictive coding uses values in neighboring blocks of pixels—to predict the values in a block, then it encodes only the difference.
So, by using already seen image fragments, lossless WebP compression exactly reconstructs new pixels. No need to worry—if no interesting match is found, it can use a local palette.
WebP image file format is supported in Google Chrome, Firefox, the Opera browser, Edge, and many tools and libraries.
Using WebP in HTML and CSS
If you are a web developer or a webmaster and you see an ocean of benefits from using WebP images, just convert your JPG or PNG images to WebP, though do not forget to keep the original images.
Adding a WebP image in HTML is a no brainer, just add WebP images you want by putting them into the
<img /> tag’s src attribute, and away you go!
<img src="img/myPerfectWebPImage.webp" alt="WebP Picture" />
However since it’s not always supported, you can use this to set a fallback:
<source srcset="img.webp" type="image/webp">
<source srcset="img.jpg" type="image/jpeg">
The last one, perhaps, is even better if you want your images to be viewed everywhere—it will work in every browser, not just in those supporting the