Include the new image format: FLIF #2254

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jonastg opened this Issue Jan 27, 2016 · 6 comments

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jonastg commented Jan 27, 2016

Include which (if any) browsers support FLIF (Free Lossless Image Format):

http://flif.info/

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Is there any interest in this from browser vendors?

Is there any interest in this from browser vendors?

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jonastg Jan 28, 2016

Native web browser support is included in the todo list. Maybe it's a bit early to include it because it's still in development but it's interesting watch it. Another format like BPG (Better Portable Graphics) released previously in 2014 don't have browser support yet (and it also has been requested).

jonastg commented Jan 28, 2016

Native web browser support is included in the todo list. Maybe it's a bit early to include it because it's still in development but it's interesting watch it. Another format like BPG (Better Portable Graphics) released previously in 2014 don't have browser support yet (and it also has been requested).

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It does sound like a good feature. Hopefully we'll see it in browsers, but that's a long process. If I remember right, it took Mozilla a year of consideration to decide not to implement WebP.

It does sound like a good feature. Hopefully we'll see it in browsers, but that's a long process. If I remember right, it took Mozilla a year of consideration to decide not to implement WebP.

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FWIW, Bruce Lawson from Opera said the following when I asked him "any idea if Opera or other browser vendors are considering implementing this?"

too early to tell; the format isn't ready yet

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Ugoku commented Aug 17, 2016

FWIW, Bruce Lawson from Opera said the following when I asked him "any idea if Opera or other browser vendors are considering implementing this?"

too early to tell; the format isn't ready yet

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MarieSchweiz Jan 10, 2017

I've been researching the issue recently and you can implement it today, and use it.
Every serious mobile designer would be happy to use it. I do get the idea that it can save you a lot of time today because of the javascript fallback.

Every project gets more attention if there is more visiblity and interest.
Adding it, can be exactly what the project needs.

I've been researching the issue recently and you can implement it today, and use it.
Every serious mobile designer would be happy to use it. I do get the idea that it can save you a lot of time today because of the javascript fallback.

Every project gets more attention if there is more visiblity and interest.
Adding it, can be exactly what the project needs.

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HEIF image format #3490

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