Animation conversion toolset
The web-ani-tools.zip package contains four separate tools for converting GIF, PNG and WebP animations.
The GIF file format is widely used to encode simple animations. Because it is limited to 256 colors and cannot encode semitransparent pixels, other file formats have been designed to overcome these limitations.
Animated PNG is backward compatible with ordinary PNG and is supported by the Mozilla Firefox browser. In other browsers, only the first frame of the animation is shown.
WebP is a new file format supported in Google Chrome. In other browsers, the WebP images and animations are not displayed. Animated WebP files can use lossless or lossy compression.
The tools can be used either from command line or from Windows Desktop. In the later case, place a tool on your Desktop and then drag and drop files or folders onto it. The tool will automatically convert all compatible images to the target format and place them in the same folders as the originals.
The tools accepts the following command line options:
Important: always use the command line options before the files to process and use double quotes when parameters or paths contain spaces, for example:
gif2webp.exe -q80 -u "C:\My Pictures\Some GIFs"
Because the tool is also meant to be used from the Desktop, there is an alternative to command line switches. You can copy and rename the tool to set the options.
File-name options can be combined. For example
will use lossy compression with quality of 80, process all sub-folders and skip files that were already converted.
The tool by default places the converted files in the same folder. The -c switch can be used to change this behavior. Important: always enclose the -c switch in double quotes. For example:
will put all converted files into the C:\Output folder.
will put all converted files into the C:\Output folder, but also replicates the sub-folder structure (this is only useful when using -r for recursive sub-folder processing).
will place the converted files in a sub-folder called "converted" in each processed folder.
Use the -o switch to customize the text the tool sends to the standard output. For example:
writes just the names of the processed files, one on each line.
"-o<a href=<QT><SRCNAME><QT>> <img src=<QT><DSTNAME><QT> /> </a><EN>"
generates a html fragment that puts the converted image name as the source of the img tag and links to the original image.
What placeholders can be used:
Hi Where is the Download Link
Thank you very much i gated the download links
links are right at the beginning
I need webp2gif on the linux OS,can you help me
"I need webp2gif on the linux OS,can you help me".
Download and Install Wine, then configure for emulation of D.O.S. Console window.
how to download
can you make it into Visual windows software? I will very thankful for it
There is little advantage in having a UI, just put the properly named version on a desktop and drag and drop files on it. Much easier than any UI.
can make webp2mng version?
imagemagick only Supported mng