WebP To PNG Converter

Convert WebP To PNG Instantly Online

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WebP

WebP Converter

WebP, Web Picture, by Google supports two compression technique, lossy as well as lossless. These are designed to make web pages load faster as these are very small in size compared to JPEG or PNG files.

PNG

PNG, Portable Network Graphics, contains more information and are of very high quality. It can handle 16 million colors and uses lossles compression technique. As these images are of high quality, it takes more space on devices.

How WebP To PNG Converter Works?

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Upload WebP images using the upload button or drag & drop image files.

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You can upload up to 15 files at once.

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The WebP To PNG conversion will start automatically.

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You need to wait for the processing to complete.

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After processing, the download option will be enabled to download converted images.

About Tool

WebP to PNG converter is an online tool to change the file type of WebP images to PNG. WebP images are found widely on the web but after you download them, they won't open on a lot of devices and can't be edited and posted on social networking apps.

Use Of PNG Over WebP

WebP images are recommended to web page designers and developers as they offer better lossless compression than PNG images with the same features. But you can still use PNG instead on WebP if you want to.

The benefit of using PNG images over WebP ones is that your images can be downloaded and viewed on their respective devices by your visitors. Eg, web pages that post pictures to be downloaded like on wallpaper and photography websites would always prefer posting PNG or JPEG images over WebP.

About WebP Images

WebP image format as a replacement for JPEG, PNG, and GIFs was created in the late 2010s by developers at Google after acquiring the technology from ON2 Technologies. They felt the need for an image format that will support more compression but still offer the details and color depth in the picture.

Initially, the WebP image format wasn't much appealing as its only significant feature was the optimized compression. Later, they kept making it better by adding support for EXIF metadata, transparency and animation, and lossless compression.