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File ending is just metadata in the filename. Nobody is forced to use the file ending that corresponds with file type. In fact there are lots of lesser known file endings that have several applications that want to associate themselves with the ending.* (1) This file is a WebP image. Applications that support the file often do not care of the ending they ...


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Export the images as PNG as you would normally, using Export As. Then record an Action to open and export one of the PNG images as WebP. Apply the Action to all the images in a folder using File > Automate > Batch.


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You need third party plug ins. Sadly Adobe hasn't caught up to webp yet... Githup: https://github.com/fnordware/AdobeWebM#download Telegraphics: http://telegraphics.com.au/sw/product/WebPFormat Either or, probably not both. I use the Telegraphics plug in. Note that animation is another matter entirely. Webp must be converted to a video file first. An ...


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