|Latest on animated WebP images||Urvang Joshi||11/28/12 5:43 PM|
You guys have shown a lot of interest around animation support in WebP and how to make use of it. So, here’s the latest:
Recently, significant work has gone into polishing WebP for the animation use case -- specifically, the specification and APIs (mux.h and demux.h) for the same.
The latest code is in the git trunk as usual. Specifically, you can try out:
sudo apt-get install freeglut3-dev mesa-common-dev
make -f makefile.unix examples/vwebp
Note that animation related specification & APIs are experimental as of now. So, feedback regarding these features is most welcome! How is WebP doing on your images? Is something missing? Tell us: http://code.google.com/p/webp/issues/list
|Re: Latest on animated WebP images||Urvang Joshi||1/3/13 3:30 PM|
Thanks for the report!
I can reproduce the issue. Having a look.
On Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 7:58 AM, <literatur...@googlemail.com> wrote:
There are some artefacts at that converted zipper file from Wikimedia comons:
|Re: Latest on animated WebP images||Urvang Joshi||1/7/13 4:17 PM|
It seems that this is due to a bug in v4.1.6 of giflib. [This is the version that is installed when you run "sudo apt-get install libgif-dev"].
This was recently fixed. See: http://sourceforge.net/p/giflib/code/ci/fd7010216ff6061a03d23bc5879e2b314c3158ed/
I tried running gif2webp using giflib v5.0.4, and the image you reported decodes fine.
However, there are some API changes between giflib v4.1.6 and v5.0.4.
I'm working on a patch to gif2webp.c so that it compiles for both these versions of giflib. Later you can try to convert your image with giflib 5.0.4.
P.S. Can you give me an idea of how frequent is this issue? Have you seen any other images which don't convert correctly? Or is this a one-off case?
|Re: Latest on animated WebP images||skal||1/8/13 10:24 AM|
On Tue, Jan 8, 2013 at 1:17 AM, Urvang Joshi <urv...@google.com> wrote:
worth adding to the FAQ (or similar, more bug-related) page...
|Re: Latest on animated WebP images||Urvang Joshi||1/8/13 2:29 PM|
On Tue, Jan 8, 2013 at 1:54 PM, <literatur...@googlemail.com> wrote:
Alright, that's good to know!
Btw, I just sent a patch: https://gerrit.chromium.org/gerrit/#/c/40619/, which will make gif2webp work with different versions of giflib (tested it on v4.1.6 and v5.0.4).
If you want to try out running gif2webp with giflib v5.0.4, you can compile it from source:
- First remove giflib v4.1.6 to avoid any version conflicts:
sudo apt-get remove libgif-dev
- Download latest giflib from here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/giflib/files/latest/download
- Extract the files and install giflib from source:
./configure; make; sudo make install
- You might have to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH to point to this gif library path:
- Go to your libwebp directory and build gif2webp as usual:
make -f makefile.unix examples/gif2webp
To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/a/webmproject.org/d/msg/webp-discuss/-/ImyST1IaH5QJ.
|Re: Latest on animated WebP images||alta...@gmail.com||6/17/13 1:36 AM|
|Re: Latest on animated WebP images||James Zern||6/17/13 5:29 PM|
|Re: Latest on animated WebP images||ALTAF||6/17/13 11:03 PM|
Yes I can always the src via JS, but that might cause a lag, yes i can preload that too.
Those links contain the techy details about the container itself but anyway thanks for your reply.
Google should give some way to control the keyframe via JS. :)
|Re: Latest on animated WebP images||oX Triangle||6/18/13 4:15 AM|
|Re: Latest on animated WebP images||yuanjun Li||6/18/13 8:20 AM|
Hello everyone, I am confuse with webp when I want to store images as webp in my app server.
Is there anything else I should do if I received images data from my android client?
2013/6/18 oX Triangle <oxdos...@googlemail.com>
maybe u can modify the JSlib behind http://webpjs.appspot.com/
|Re: Latest on animated WebP images||James Zern||6/18/13 4:15 PM|
That's a bit beyond webp, you're talking about modifying <img> behavior or potentially a follow-up, <picture>?. For the time being JS is your option to parse the container and feed down the individual frames to img.src. That or <video>...
|Re: Latest on animated WebP images||ALTAF||6/19/13 3:16 AM|
Yes, at least for now going with video is a better option i believe.
|Re: Latest on animated WebP images||ALTAF||6/19/13 3:15 AM|