Support for the webp file format. #273

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From rauter.g...@gmail.com on September 29, 2013 07:58:11

What do you need to do? Open, save and edit webp pictures directly in aseprite. How would you like to do it? Without having to convert my pictures/textures between png and webp.

As possible succesor to png and gif, webp seems to be promissing. It supports lossy and lossless compression and has support for animation.

further information: https://developers.google.com/speed/webp/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebP And there is also a possibility, that it will be supporting layers in the future: https://groups.google.com/a/webmproject.org/d/msg/webp-discuss/1NzCJLCpscs/53iJwtpv6vYJ

Original issue: http://code.google.com/p/aseprite/issues/detail?id=273

@raetiacorvus raetiacorvus added a commit to raetiacorvus/aseprite that referenced this issue Aug 25, 2015

@raetiacorvus raetiacorvus add libwebp as third party_library for #273 e0288d5

@raetiacorvus raetiacorvus added a commit to raetiacorvus/aseprite that referenced this issue Aug 25, 2015

@raetiacorvus raetiacorvus implement rudimentray webp file format support for #273
it is possible to open and save losless RGBA webp images
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@raetiacorvus raetiacorvus added a commit to raetiacorvus/aseprite that referenced this issue Sep 1, 2015

@raetiacorvus raetiacorvus add submodule libwebp for #273 884b5f2

@raetiacorvus raetiacorvus added a commit to raetiacorvus/aseprite that referenced this issue Sep 1, 2015

@raetiacorvus raetiacorvus implement simple non animation webp for #273
This includes lossless and lossy webp file format. For this reason a
save option dialog was added giving rudimentary options for saving to
the user.
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