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Will it be possible to save/export to WebP format? While you have to use third-party software for conversion.

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Questions like that won't have any meaningful answers. If you want a function, you can post a Feature Request or (better) agree with an existing one.

But only Serif knows what they're planning for the future, and they won't say.

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6 hours ago, Max N said:

Will it be possible to save/export to WebP format?

Assume that it will never happen and make your own arrangement. If it does it will be a bonus and you can forget the following.
I use ImageWorsener from
https://entropymine.com/imageworsener/
with a bat file.
Create a folder with the bat file and imagew.exe so there are no path issues; lazy but it works
Highlight your source files, I use 100% quality jpegs, and drag/drop onto the bat file
I attach a sample bat file, it can be edited so that the original files are deleted
If you don't use Windows then my comments are worthless, hint - always mention your operating system. Good luck

ImageWorsener1.png

ImageWorsener2.png

60quality_NoResize_webp.bat

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13 minutes ago, David in Яuislip said:

... hint - always mention your operating system. ...

My hint would be, look into the OP's signature, which tells (as yours) that he too runs a Win platform, though a slighly newer one. 😉

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51 minutes ago, v_kyr said:

My hint would be, look into the OP's signature,

Ha ha, I picked the message up on the mobile which doesn't show signatures. I should've checked 😞

Edit: Apologies to Max N

Edited by David in Яuislip
as noted

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3 hours ago, David in Яuislip said:

Assume that it will never happen and make your own arrangement. If it does it will be a bonus and you can forget the following.
I use ImageWorsener from
https://entropymine.com/imageworsener/
with a bat file.
Create a folder with the bat file and imagew.exe so there are no path issues; lazy but it works
Highlight your source files, I use 100% quality jpegs, and drag/drop onto the bat file
I attach a sample bat file, it can be edited so that the original files are deleted
If you don't use Windows then my comments are worthless, hint - always mention your operating system. Good luck

ImageWorsener1.png

ImageWorsener2.png

60quality_NoResize_webp.bat 191 B · 0 downloads

I am using Gimp and the Bimp plugin.

It turns out a batch processing manager, with the ability to resize and do a lot more. Quite a working option. But you have to create an intermediate high quality png or jpeg file. It would be nice to have this out of the box. There are a lot of people involved in websites now, and to be able to get good quality files with low weight ... this is a good thing.

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9 hours ago, walt.farrell said:

Questions like that won't have any meaningful answers. If you want a function, you can post a Feature Request or (better) agree with an existing one.

But only Serif knows what they're planning for the future, and they won't say.

Yes, I agree, it was necessary to place in the functional requests. I have a solution to get the result I need. But it seems to me that this functionality would be useful to many users. It's nice when you, having professional software, solve your problems without resorting to third-party programs.

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i've abandoned Affinity Photo for PixelmatorPro, just for WebP export feature.

it's sad because it's an easy feature, now a standard for all current and next web dev (images are 50% smaller than jpg and png!) and it wouldn't cost too much to say: sure it'll come with 1.11 be patient!

 

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