Open WEBP files with File Viewer Plus

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Do you need to open a WebP image (.WEBP file)?

File Viewer Plus can open WEBP image files! It can also resize and crop your images, as well as adjust brightness, color, and contrast. You can convert them to other image formats, such as JPEG, PNG, GIF, or TIFF. If you have a large number of WEBP files you can also batch convert all of them with just a couple of clicks.

Open, edit, and convert WebP images in our easy-to-use image editor. Try File Viewer Plus today!

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What is a .WEBP file?

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WEBP files are saved in the WebP format, which was introduced by Google in 2010. The format improves upon standard JPEG compression while maintaining, or in some cases, improving image quality. The WebP format also includes an alpha channel for transparency, similar to the PNG format. WEBP files are typically used for storing images that are used online, such as photographs and graphics.

The most common way to encounter WEBP files is downloading images from the Internet in the Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox web browsers. However, you may also receive images via email from friends, family members, and co-workers. You can use File Viewer Plus to open and view WebP images. Or you can edit and convert WEBP files to other image formats, such as PNG, TIFF, GIF, and BMP.

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File Viewer Plus WEBP Support

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File Viewer Plus does not support animated WebP images.

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