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Pedalman

webp option created bigger images than original size ?!

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I am testing some things with webp.

At the moment I noticed that if I activate webp in Thirtybees and regenerate images that wep sizes are bigger than orginal jpg sizes.

Moreover the quality option does seems not to work. I get the same sizes for Q=10 and Q=90.

 

Also I noticed that the option to delete created mini thumbs before regeneratin images in backoffice does not work as expected. I deletes well all webp images if existing but does not touch created jpg images. I believe this is not ok.

 

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PHP 7.4

Thirtybees bleeding edge 1.1.x

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Size for weight in byte.

And for information hwat I said about cleaing up generated mini thumbs I noticed that the behaviour is as expected on local install (xampp) but not on live store.  A fresh TB install on my host shows the beaviour as stated: mini webp thumbs are deleted but not the jpeg variants.

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Hi Pedalman,

Did you manage to get to fix this? My Webp compression doesn't seem to work as the images are the same size regardless of the settings. 

Regards,

Luke

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Nice to notice that someone else looks at this.

Well,

as far as I can remember, I can't give you a positive. I postponed the image optimization since I came to the point I decided to overhaul my frontend (new template) first and then to have a look at an optimal image "upload" workflow.

 

Perhaps you are interested in an experience exchange?

 

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Hi Pedalman,

I see from your other post that you sorted it as well. Great.

Regards,

Luke

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