WebP: JPEG killer from Google?

On October 4, 2010, in Latest News, by Mike Jefferson

There are all sorts of image formats available on web that provide different features. Some of them are lossy while others provide transparency. According to the latest news, it seems that Google has developed a new image file format called WebP.

WebP is pronounced “weppy” and according to Google, WebP should reduce the file size by 40% compared to the JPEG and by making images smaller Google should make websites load faster than before.

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Having personally experienced this problem not too long ago when I first bought a Mac but had to continue using a Windows PC at work, this video is definitely worth watching for those who are newcomers to Mac OS X. The main issue with using the same USB flash drive / memory stick on two different operating systems resides within the format, namely NTSC can’t be written on in Mac OS X but only read. Though there are softwares to work around this both for Windows (MacDrive) and Mac (MacFuse), the cheapest way to sort this out is to use FAT32 instead. Watch the video after the break and find out what you need to be aware of…

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