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Sunday, November 7, 2010
WebP as replacement for JPEG
Google always is trying to cut down on loading time of webpages. Since most webpages contain many images in JPEG format they decided to use a newer compression technique called WebP and they provide a conversion tool to convert your JPEG images to WebP format. They claim an average reduction in filesize of 39% based on converting 900.000 random images.