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Just like you‘ve used gif/png/jpeg when appropriate in the past you‘ll likely use different upcoming formats in the future. It‘s unlikely we‘ll get a single general format anytime, which would trump more specialized formats across the board. Also the performance is actually less of an factor besides the bigger hurdle of widespread support. I‘ve at least seen a handful of demos, which trump webp, but those formats seem to never have made it past the initial research/implementation phase.

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Hi! I did a recent test and found the file size save from gif to webp was about 10x for comparable look. I tested using teh google CLI as linked above but wondered if it was possible to have the processwire $image->webp() method also produce a animated webp? I'm only getting static images out when tested... do I need to install something else on the server or are we not there yet?

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