Again, as the title says, I'd love if JpegView supported the newly released (today) libwebp 0.3 which has a good deal of new and great features.
More info here: https://groups.google.com/a/webmproject.org/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/webp-discuss/WF84vomYtos
Greets and thanks!
I just tested JpegView 1.0.28 and it supports regular lossy WebP 0.3... But it still doesn't support lossless WebP compression introduced since WebP 0.2 version :(. I'd really, really reaaally love to be able to convert all my PNGs (a LOT) to WebP lossless and still be able to see them in JpegView.
BTW, I don't remember if I posted this before, but animated Gifs don't show up also in JpegView.
Anyway, thanks for your work.
This will be supported in 1.0.29.
WebP library 0.3.0 from Google is used. This version supports lossy and lossless compression.
To use lossless compression with the WEBP format, set the save quality to 100 in the INI file:
Be warned that lossless WEBP compression is very, very slow (decompression is fast however). Don't blame me for that...
BTW, 1.0.29 also supports animated GIFs.
Actually the released 1.0.29 version of JPEGView allows to set lossless WEBP directly in the "File Save" dialog without editing the INI file. So you can choose on save if to use lossy or lossless WEBP.
Wow, thank you very much for implementing this in JpegView... A couple of weeks ago I sadly decided to try/migrate to (the crappy) XnView because of JpegView's lack of support for WebM lossless... Now I can happily come back! :)
This is definitely the best image viewer I've used.