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WebP Optimizer

World's Simplest WebP Tool

This free online tool lets you optimize the size and quality of a WebP image. Just load your WebP image in the input editor, and you'll instantly get an optimized WebP image in the output editor. In the tool settings, you can fine-tune the optimization process by adjusting the WebP quality level from 0% to 100%, as well as reducing the dimensions of the WebP to make it smaller in size. Created by team Browserling.

WebP Optimizer

World's Simplest WebP Tool

This free online tool lets you optimize the size and quality of a WebP image. Just load your WebP image in the input editor, and you'll instantly get an optimized WebP image in the output editor. In the tool settings, you can fine-tune the optimization process by adjusting the WebP quality level from 0% to 100%, as well as reducing the dimensions of the WebP to make it smaller in size. Created by team Browserling.

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Change WebP Quality

Optimize a WebP by setting a
new quality from 0% to 100%.
Original quality is 100%.
Higher values preserve more
detail but file size is optimized
just slightly.
Lower values create smaller
files butthe detail is greatly
reduced.

Resize WebP

Reduce WebP dimensions by
the specified percentage. The
original WebP is 100% size.
Smoothly reduce image
dimensions.

Optimization Summary

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What Is a WebP Optimizer?

With this online tool, you can optimize your WebP images. The program is designed to reduce the size of your WebP files while maintaining high visual quality. It currently offers two optimization methods (and we're working on more methods, which are coming soon). The first method reduces the size of WebP files by decreasing their quality. To optimize WebP using this method, set the new quality in the options from 0% to 100%, and you'll see the resulting WebP in the output editor. The value of 100% means the original quality (no change) and anything less than 100% (0% to 99%) will reduce the quality. For example, by changing the quality to 80%, the WebP will lose about 20% of its quality and a little bit of file size. This range from 0% to 100% can be divided into three quality change levels – slight change, moderate change, and significant change. When the quality is slightly reduced (set to 80% or 70%), the WebP retains all of its detail and looks identical to the original. With moderate quality reduction (to 40% or 30%), the WebP may appear slightly less sharp than the original. Significant quality reduction (to 0% or close to it) can cause defects in the WebP, such as blurriness, loss of detail, or blockiness. By default, the program uses a quality level of 75%, which typically does not affect the visual characteristics of the WebP and reduces the file size by about 30% on average. The second optimization method is resizing. If your WebP file is very large, the simplest way to reduce its size is to decrease its dimensions. The program allows you to specify the dimensions reduction parameter in the options. Similar to the quality parameter, the original WebP always has 100% size and anything less than 100% will reduce its size proportionally by that amount. For example, by entering the value of 80%, the WebP size will be reduced by 20%, and to halve the size, use the value of 50%. When resizing a WebP, you can enable the "Maintain Smoothness" checkbox to preserve smooth textures in it, or you can deactivate it to get sharper pixels in the downsized WebP (which is useful in pixel art). In the informative section of the options, you can find the size of the optimized WebP and compare it with the original. This section also shows the optimization ratio, indicating by how much the file size has been reduced. Webp-abulous!

What Is a WebP Optimizer?

With this online tool, you can optimize your WebP images. The program is designed to reduce the size of your WebP files while maintaining high visual quality. It currently offers two optimization methods (and we're working on more methods, which are coming soon). The first method reduces the size of WebP files by decreasing their quality. To optimize WebP using this method, set the new quality in the options from 0% to 100%, and you'll see the resulting WebP in the output editor. The value of 100% means the original quality (no change) and anything less than 100% (0% to 99%) will reduce the quality. For example, by changing the quality to 80%, the WebP will lose about 20% of its quality and a little bit of file size. This range from 0% to 100% can be divided into three quality change levels – slight change, moderate change, and significant change. When the quality is slightly reduced (set to 80% or 70%), the WebP retains all of its detail and looks identical to the original. With moderate quality reduction (to 40% or 30%), the WebP may appear slightly less sharp than the original. Significant quality reduction (to 0% or close to it) can cause defects in the WebP, such as blurriness, loss of detail, or blockiness. By default, the program uses a quality level of 75%, which typically does not affect the visual characteristics of the WebP and reduces the file size by about 30% on average. The second optimization method is resizing. If your WebP file is very large, the simplest way to reduce its size is to decrease its dimensions. The program allows you to specify the dimensions reduction parameter in the options. Similar to the quality parameter, the original WebP always has 100% size and anything less than 100% will reduce its size proportionally by that amount. For example, by entering the value of 80%, the WebP size will be reduced by 20%, and to halve the size, use the value of 50%. When resizing a WebP, you can enable the "Maintain Smoothness" checkbox to preserve smooth textures in it, or you can deactivate it to get sharper pixels in the downsized WebP (which is useful in pixel art). In the informative section of the options, you can find the size of the optimized WebP and compare it with the original. This section also shows the optimization ratio, indicating by how much the file size has been reduced. Webp-abulous!


WebP Optimizer Examples

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Balanced WebP Quality and Size Reduction

In this example, we start with a 24.5kb WebP image of three painted eggs. To achieve a smaller file size with minimal visual change, we set the new quality to 80%. This results in a file size of 16.5kb. (Source: Pexels.)

Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Optimize a WebP by setting a
new quality from 0% to 100%.
Reduce WebP dimensions by
the specified percentage. The
original WebP is 100% size.
Smoothly reduce image
dimensions.
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Significant WebP Photo Optimization

In this example, we significantly optimize the WebP photo of a cat resting on a basket chair. The original WebP has the file size of 73.7kb and to make it smaller, we reduce the quality to 60% and resize the WebP to 70% of its original size. This leads to a substantial reduction in file size to 25.7kb while maintaining acceptable WebP quality for most use cases. (Source: Pexels.)

Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Optimize a WebP by setting a
new quality from 0% to 100%.
Reduce WebP dimensions by
the specified percentage. The
original WebP is 100% size.
Smoothly reduce image
dimensions.
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Optimize a Transparent WebP Sticker

In this example, we apply an optimization algorithm to a WebP sticker of the Statue of Liberty on a transparent background. Typically, WebP stickers with transparency already have smaller file sizes due to the large number of identical transparent pixels. However, to reduce the size even further of this WebP, we lower the quality to 40%, which turns the 26.1kb sticker into an 18.1kb sticker. (Source: Pexels.)

Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Optimize a WebP by setting a
new quality from 0% to 100%.
Reduce WebP dimensions by
the specified percentage. The
original WebP is 100% size.
Smoothly reduce image
dimensions.

All WebP Tools

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Quickly convert a non-transparent WebP to a transparent WebP.
Quickly fill transparent areas in a WebP image with a specific color.
Quickly change one color to another in a WebP image.
Quickly make a part of a WebP image semi-transparent.
Quickly add a background to a transparent WebP image.
Quickly remove the background from a WebP image.
Quickly remove the green or blue screen from a WebP image.
Quickly add a border around a WebP image.
Quickly remove a border surrounding a WebP image.
Quickly cut out a rectangular or oval area from a WebP image.
Quickly pixelate an area of a WebP image.
Quickly blur an area of a WebP image.
Quickly sharpen an area of a WebP image.
Quickly change the width and height of a WebP image.
Quickly interactively rotate a WebP image by any angle.
Quickly create multiple copies of the same WebP image.
Quickly remove a specific color from a WebP image.
Quickly convert a full-color WebP image to a grayscale format.
Quickly convert a colorful WebP to a black and white WebP.
Quickly invert colors in an area of a WebP image.
Quickly decrease the color count in a WebP image.
Quickly increase or decrease the quality of a WebP image.
Quickly optimize the file size and quality of a WebP image.
Quickly compress a WebP image and make it smaller in size.
Quickly convert printed text into a WebP image.
Quickly add a text label to a WebP image.
Quickly remove transparency and translucency from a WebP image.
Quickly visualize the WebP transparency via an alpha mask.
Quickly extract the alpha channel from a WebP image.
Quickly fill the alpha channel in a WebP image.
Quickly replace the alpha channel in a WebP image.
Quickly remove the alpha channel from a WebP image.
Quickly add artifacts and distortions to a WebP image.
Quickly find the size of a WebP image in bytes and kilobytes.
Quickly check the width and height of a WebP image.
Quickly generate a blank WebP image of any size and color.
Quickly generate a random WebP image with random colors.
Quickly find the dominant colors of a WebP image.
Quickly find the color of a single pixel in a WebP image.
Quickly extract objects based on their color from a WebP image.
Quickly round the corners of a WebP image.
Quickly convert a horizontal WebP image to a vertical WebP image.
Quickly convert a vertical WebP image to a horizontal WebP image.
Quickly flip a WebP image horizontally.
Quickly flip a WebP image vertically.
Quickly convert a PNG image to a WebP image.
Quickly convert a WebP image to a PNG image.
Quickly convert a JPG image to a WebP image.
Quickly convert a WebP image to a JPG image.
Quickly convert a GIF image to a WebP image.
Quickly convert a WebP image to a GIF image.
Quickly convert a WebP image into a hex code sequence.
Quickly convert a hex sequence into a WebP image.
Quickly convert a WebP image into a base64-encoded string.
Quickly convert a base64-encoded string into a WebP image.

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WebP Editor

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Convert WebP to APNG

Convert a WebP animation to an APNG animation.

Convert APNG to WebP

Convert an APNG animation to a WebP animation.

Convert WebP to GIF

Convert a WebP animation to a GIF animation.

Convert GIF to WebP

Convert a GIF animation to a WebP animation.

Extract WebP Frames

Extract all frames from a WebP animation.

Convert WebP to MP4

Convert a WebP animation to an MP4 video.

Convert MP4 to WebP

Convert an MP4 video to a WebP animation.

Convert WebP to WebM

Convert a WebP animation to a WebM video.

Convert WebM to WebP

Convert a WebM video to a WebP animation.

Compare WebP Images

Find the difference between two or more WebP images.

Compress WebP

Reduce the file size of a WebP image.

View WebP Metadata

View the metadata information of a WebP image.

Remove WebP Metadata

Remove all metadata information from a WebP image.

Edit WebP Metadata

Edit the metadata information of a WebP image.

Play WebP

Play WebP animations frame by frame.

Extract WebP Frames

Extract one or more frames from a WebP animation.

Convert Sprite Sheet to WebP

Create a WebP animation from a sprite sheet.

Convert WebP to Sprite Sheet

Create a sprite sheet from a WebP animation.

WebP Viewer

View WebP images and in your browser.


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We're Browserling — a friendly and fun cross-browser testing company powered by alien technology. At Browserling we love to make people's lives easier, so we created this collection of WebP editing tools. Our tools have the simplest user interface that doesn't require advanced computer skills and they are used by millions of people every month. Our WebP tools are actually powered by our web developer tools that we created over the last couple of years. Check them out!

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