WEBP to MIFF

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  3. When the conversion is completed, click "Download" on the desired converted MIFF file.

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WEBP to MIFF

Useful information about WEBP

Extension: WEBP
Name: WebP Image Format
Mime Type: image/webp
Converter: WEBP Converter
Description: WebP is an image file format that Google has developed as a replacement for JPEG, PNG, and GIF file formats. WebP yields files that are smaller for the same quality, or of higher quality for the same size. It supports both lossy and lossless compression, as well as animation and alpha transparency. Google announced the WebP format in September 2010, and released the first version of its supporting library in April 2018. - Source

Useful information about MIFF

Extension: MIFF
Name: Magick Image File
Mime Type: image/miff
Converter: MIFF Converter
Description: The Magick Image File Format (MIFF) is ImageMagick's own platform-independent format for storing bitmap images. It has an advantage over other image formats in that it stores all metadata known to ImageMagick (e.g. image color profiles, comments, author, copyright, etc.), whereas, other formats may only support a small portion of available metadata or none at all. A MIFF image file consist of two sections. The first section is a header composed of keys describing the image in text form. The next section is the binary image data. - Source