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Old 4th May 2024, 16:52   #1  |  Link
gendalv
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webp does compression method affect quality?

Does someone know what does "compression method" of webp mean? (it goes from 0 to 6, it's not the "level" that goes from 0 to 100). More specifically is it lossless, like it's purely an archiving method?
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Does someone know what does "compression method" of webp mean? (it goes from 0 to 6, it's not the "level" that goes from 0 to 100). More specifically is it lossless, like it's purely an archiving method?
It affects both lossless and lossy modes . Lower values mean more time is spend analyzing for redundancies for compression. For lossless mode , it results in smaller filesizes but slower processing speed at lower values ("0" would be the slowest, most compressed)
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Lower values mean more time is spend analyzing for redundancies for compression.
I guess it's reversed in xnviewmp then
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