JPG to WebP Converter

  • Step 1: Convert any JPG to WebP by clicking the submit button.
  • Step 2: Once the conversion is done, you will be redirected to a download page.
  • Step 3: Click on the download button and get your converted file for free!

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JPG to WebP


Free JPG to WebP Image Converter

Our converter allows you to convert a JPG image into a reduced size WebP image simply by submitting it.

About JPG images

JPG is one of the most common format for digital pictures. It is mostly used by digital cameras to save high quality images into compressed JPG files.

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When creating your WebP image we try to achieve the best results possible by using our latest programs.

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Illustration: Converting JPG to WEBP

What is a WebP file?

A WebP file is a type of image format that was developed by Google to provide better compression and quality than other common formats such as JPEG and PNG. WebP files use both lossy and lossless compression techniques to reduce the file size without compromising the visual appearance. WebP files can also support transparency and animation, making them suitable for web design and development. WebP files have the extension .webp and can be opened by most modern browsers and image viewers.

Is WebP better than JPEG?

WebP is a relatively new image format that offers several advantages over JPEG, such as smaller file size, better compression quality, and support for transparency and animation. WebP images can be up to 34% smaller than JPEG images with the same visual quality, which can improve the loading speed and performance of websites and applications. WebP also supports both lossy and lossless compression modes, as well as a hybrid mode that combines both. This gives more flexibility and control over the trade-off between file size and image quality. WebP is compatible with most modern browsers and platforms, but some older ones may not support it natively. In that case, a fallback option such as JPEG or PNG can be used.

Why should I convert JPG to WebP?

WebP is a modern image format that provides superior compression and quality for web images. Unlike JPG, which uses a lossy compression algorithm that discards some image data, WebP uses a combination of lossy and lossless compression techniques that preserve more details and colors. WebP also supports transparency, animation, and metadata, which JPG does not. By converting JPG to WebP, you can reduce the file size of your images which can improve the loading speed and performance of your website. WebP is also compatible with most browsers and image editing tools, so you can easily use it for your web projects.

Converter App: Converter App does the conversion online for you free of charge. You can start converting JPG to WebP by submitting a JPG at the top of this page right away. If you are looking for desktop software we have some recommendations below.

ImageMagick: This is a powerful command-line tool that can manipulate and convert images in many formats, including WebP. You can install ImageMagick on your computer and use commands like `magick convert input.jpg output.webp` to convert your JPG images to WebP. ImageMagick also has many options and parameters to customize the conversion process.

Photoshop: This is a popular image editing software that can also convert JPG images to WebP. You need to install a plugin called WebPShop to enable this feature. After installing the plugin, you can open your JPG images in Photoshop and save them as WebP using the `File > Save As` menu. You can also adjust the quality and compression settings of the WebP images.