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dwebp

 
dwebp decompresses WebP files into PNG, PAM, PPM or PGM images. Animated WebP files are not supported. More information: https://developers.google.com/speed/webp/docs/dwebp/.
 
  • Convert a webp file into a png file:
     
    dwebp {{path/to/input.webp}} -o {{path/to/output.png}}
     
  • Convert a webp file into a specific filetype:
     
    dwebp {{path/to/input.webp}} -bmp|-tiff|-pam|-ppm|-pgm|-yuv -o {{path/to/output}}
     
  • Convert a webp file, using multi-threading if possible:
     
    dwebp {{path/to/input.webp}} -o {{path/to/output.png}} -mt
     
  • Convert a webp file, but also crop and scale at the same time:
     
    dwebp {{input.webp}} -o {{output.png}} -crop {{x_pos}} {{y_pos}} {{width}} {{height}} -scale {{width}} {{height}}
     
  • Convert a webp file and flip the output:
     
    dwebp {{path/to/input.webp}} -o {{path/to/output.png}} -flip
     
  • Convert a webp file and don't use in-loop filtering to speed up the decoding process:
     
    dwebp {{path/to/input.webp}} -o {{path/to/output.png}} -nofilter

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