webp2gif.exe - convert animated WebP to GIF

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webp2gif.exe is a simple command line tool for batch conversion of animated WebP images to the GIF format. The executable works on Windows and should be usable on Linux under Wine.

How to use it?

The tool can be used either from command line or from Windows Desktop. In the later case, place the tool on your Desktop and then drag and drop files or folders onto it. The tool will automatically convert all WebPs to GIF format and place them in the same folders as the originals.

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user icon Anonymous on July 9th 2020

This would be great if the quality was better. Woks well but images quality bad.

user icon Anonymous on July 10th 2020

Just use Gimp. It's free and the latest version supports webp to gif conversion, including animated gifs. see this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6T3mp0EoxBA

user icon Anonymous on July 27th 2020

so fucking good! the best I've ever tried!

user icon Anonymous on August 1st 2020

Very big thanks

user icon Anonymous on August 2nd 2020

Well, I just tried to use it on 10 webp files and yes, it did convert all those files from webp to gif, however it did NOT keep the animation, so useless to me, since the animation was the important piece of the file. So, I am not sure how it is possible it worked for other users here. I am using an up-to-date version of Windows 10, but I don't think that's the issue here.

user icon Anonymous on September 25th 2020

that is very cool

user icon Anonymous on October 9th 2020


user icon Anonymous on October 22nd 2020

Unusable output quality

user icon Anonymous on December 24th 2020

Quality depends heavily on input files. Sometimes it's usable, sometimes it's not. Very unreliable in its current stage.

user icon Anonymous on February 10th

the exe converted an animated webp to animated gif just fine for me! Tried on 8 files and it worked great on all 8.

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What about ICL files?