The easist way to convert a bunch of .jpg, .png, etc images to webp!
Builded on top of the well versed webp util https://www.npmjs.com/package/cwebp!
Install the plugin globally or inside your working dir by:
npm install -g images-set-to-webp-converteror
yarn add images-set-to-webp-converter -g
Prepare some images set inside particular folder, generated previously by Abode Images Processor Pro plugin, like:
Desktop --- | | | --- IMGSet --- | | | --- firstname.lastname@example.org | --- email@example.com | --- Touchscreen --- | | | --- firstname.lastname@example.org | --- email@example.com `
images-set-to-webp-converterutil in a way like:
yarn images-set-to-webp-converter path=/Desktop/IMGSet
Grab your .webp right on here:
Desktop --- | | | --- IMGSet --- | | | --- firstname.lastname@example.org | --- email@example.com | --- firstname.lastname@example.org <-- | --- email@example.com <-- | --- Touchscreen --- | | | --- firstname.lastname@example.org | --- email@example.com ` | --- firstname.lastname@example.org <-- | --- email@example.com <--
And that's all! See how it's easy? So we can convert various images produced by Adobe IPP in the .WEBP format without any tears or routine!
- How can I tune the quality/compression of produced image?
- Well, it's a bit easy. Just add a number value right after you add the path of the folder to proccess.
yarn images-set-to-webp-converter path=/Desktop/IMGSet quality=65.