how to convert entire folder containing jpeg images to web p images on system

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MAHESH KANODIA

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Oct 26, 2021, 4:22:19 AM10/26/21
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how to convert entire folder containing jpeg images to web p images on system

Yannis Guyon

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Oct 26, 2021, 4:30:31 AM10/26/21
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An easy solution for that would be to use ImageMagick:
mogrify -format webp /path/to/folder/*

Pascal Massimino

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Oct 26, 2021, 8:07:00 AM10/26/21
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Hello,

On Tue, Oct 26, 2021 at 10:30 AM 'Yannis Guyon' via WebP Discussion <webp-d...@webmproject.org> wrote:
An easy solution for that would be to use ImageMagick:
mogrify -format webp /path/to/folder/*

The FAQ also has some command-line samples to convert files in batch:

hope it helps,
skal/ 


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Mobasir Hassan

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Dec 14, 2021, 6:03:57 AM12/14/21
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I have a similar issue. I have a blog on Google blogger platform and I am using a third party template which only supports one image per blog post. The hero image is the only image in webP format, rest of the images are in jpeg format. I am facing lots of issues in Core web vitals. Is there any possibility for the issue? Or should I change the template. Can I get a little help from here? My blog address is hassanchef.

Yannis Guyon

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Dec 14, 2021, 8:02:13 AM12/14/21
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What kind of Core Web Vitals issues are you facing?
Indeed I can see on this page that the top image is heavily compressed and has a low resolution.

Is your current template or blog framework handling the image conversion itself?
Otherwise I would suggest manually exporting all your source images as WebP images before inserting them with your framework or template.
If that does not work out, you might consider converting the images afterwards.
If you do not have access to the published contents, you might have to change the template or framework for a WebP-ready one.

Here is a convenient Chrome extension to display which images are WebP ones: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/webp-highlighter/aonapkfkfneahhaonjjpmcabpnbdmojl?hl=en

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