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WebP Chroma Key Remover

World's Simplest WebP Tool

This free online tool lets you remove the chroma key from a WebP image. Just load your WebP image in the input editor, and you'll instantly get a WebP image without its green screen background in the output editor. In the tool settings, you can choose the chroma key color (green by default), adjust the chroma sensitivity for more precise removal, and add anti-aliasing to the object edges to reduce chroma color remnants around the objects. Created by team Browserling.

WebP Chroma Key Remover

World's Simplest WebP Tool

This free online tool lets you remove the chroma key from a WebP image. Just load your WebP image in the input editor, and you'll instantly get a WebP image without its green screen background in the output editor. In the tool settings, you can choose the chroma key color (green by default), adjust the chroma sensitivity for more precise removal, and add anti-aliasing to the object edges to reduce chroma color remnants around the objects. Created by team Browserling.

᠎᠎᠎          Tool Options

Chroma Key

Color of the chroma key.
Usually green or blue.
The chroma key color can
also be set by clicking on
it in the input editor.
Adjust the chroma color
sensitivity in percentage.
Higher values remove more
chroma key pixels. Use 10%
to 40% for the best effect.

Edge Anti-aliasing

Refine the leftover chroma key
pixels around object borders.
Adjust the anti-aliasing depth.
Usually, 1px – 3px gives a
good result.

Preview Mode

Show transparent areas in black
and all other pixels in white.

What Is a WebP Chroma Key Remover?

This tool removes the chroma key background from your WebP images. The chroma key, also known as "green screen" or "blue screen", is a technique used in film, television, and digital photography that allows a solid color background (usually green or blue) to be easily replaced with another background. When the chroma key is removed, the background pixels become transparent, allowing the WebP to be placed over any background. To remove the chroma key, simply upload a WebP with a chroma key and click on the green or blue background that you want to remove in the input editor. The chroma key color can also be set manually in the tool settings by specifying its name, hex code, and RGB code or by selecting its shade in the color palette. Then, adjust the chroma color tone sensitivity. Higher values will remove more similar colors (various darker and lighter tones of green, such as emerald-green and mint-green) and lower values will remove less similar colors (pretty much only the green color and its tiny variations). Typically, values between 10% and 40% are used. You can also reduce the leftover chroma key pixels around the object edges by enabling the edge anti-aliasing option, which refines and smoothes the edges. In the settings, you can adjust the anti-aliasing level by specifying the smoothing radius in pixels. Additionally, you can view the chroma key areas that were removed in the preview mode. When the preview mode is active, the tool shows the removed chroma key areas in black color and other areas in white color. Webp-abulous!

What Is a WebP Chroma Key Remover?

This tool removes the chroma key background from your WebP images. The chroma key, also known as "green screen" or "blue screen", is a technique used in film, television, and digital photography that allows a solid color background (usually green or blue) to be easily replaced with another background. When the chroma key is removed, the background pixels become transparent, allowing the WebP to be placed over any background. To remove the chroma key, simply upload a WebP with a chroma key and click on the green or blue background that you want to remove in the input editor. The chroma key color can also be set manually in the tool settings by specifying its name, hex code, and RGB code or by selecting its shade in the color palette. Then, adjust the chroma color tone sensitivity. Higher values will remove more similar colors (various darker and lighter tones of green, such as emerald-green and mint-green) and lower values will remove less similar colors (pretty much only the green color and its tiny variations). Typically, values between 10% and 40% are used. You can also reduce the leftover chroma key pixels around the object edges by enabling the edge anti-aliasing option, which refines and smoothes the edges. In the settings, you can adjust the anti-aliasing level by specifying the smoothing radius in pixels. Additionally, you can view the chroma key areas that were removed in the preview mode. When the preview mode is active, the tool shows the removed chroma key areas in black color and other areas in white color. Webp-abulous!


WebP Chroma Key Remover Examples

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Remove Green Chroma Key around Sneakers

In this example, we remove the green chroma key background from a WebP image of sneakers. As we don't quite know the shade of the green screen, we simply click on it in the input editor. Additionally, we increase the shade level to 30%, which allows us to eliminate various shades of the chroma key, which are present on the edges around the sneakers. (Source: Pexels.)

Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Color of the chroma key.
Usually green or blue.
Adjust the chroma color
sensitivity in percentage.
Refine the leftover chroma key
pixels around object borders.
Adjust the anti-aliasing depth.
Usually, 1px – 3px gives a
good result.
Show transparent areas in black
and all other pixels in white.
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Delete Green Screen from a Portrait

In this example, we upload a WebP photo from a studio portrait session. In this photo, a man in a plaid shirt is posing against a green screen. Our goal is to remove the green background from the photo to create a universal, transparent photo that can be placed on any background in the future. We identify the bright green chroma key via the color hex code "#0cdd1e" and add 20% similar shades to it. We also enable edge smoothing with a 2-pixel radius to minimize green pixels around the edges of the portrait. (Source: Pexels.)

Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Color of the chroma key.
Usually green or blue.
Adjust the chroma color
sensitivity in percentage.
Refine the leftover chroma key
pixels around object borders.
Adjust the anti-aliasing depth.
Usually, 1px – 3px gives a
good result.
Show transparent areas in black
and all other pixels in white.
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Remove Blue Chroma Key from an Orange Tree

In this example, we open a WebP sticker with a blue chroma key. Blue is also a common color used in chroma key technology. The reason why blue is used in this sticker is because green is already present in the leaves of the orange tree. If we removed the green chroma key, the leaves would disappear during chroma key processing. Therefore, we select the blue screen color by clicking on the WebP and increase the chroma threshold to 25% to match fine blue color variations near oranges and leaves. We also add a 1-pixel anti-aliasing effect to the edges of the sticker and obtain an orange tree on a transparent background in the output. (Source: Pexels.)

Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Color of the chroma key.
Usually green or blue.
Adjust the chroma color
sensitivity in percentage.
Refine the leftover chroma key
pixels around object borders.
Adjust the anti-aliasing depth.
Usually, 1px – 3px gives a
good result.
Show transparent areas in black
and all other pixels in white.

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