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.webp) which can compress JPEG up to 50%. We provide AVIF online converter to do this. AVIF can compress images up to 70% of its original size. Brilliant!AVIF is derived from keyframes of AV1 Video, maintained and developed by Alliance for Open Media along with Google, Cisco, and Xiph.org.
Follow these steps to convert any image to
.avifon your website is with the <picture> element to avoid browser issues.
See the procedures to use the AVIF image below:
<picture> <!-- use AVIF image if the browser supports it --> <source type="image/avif" srcset="image.avif"> <!-- in case the browser does not support AVIF --> <img alt="A Fallback image" src="image.jpg"> </picture>
.avifwhich was converted with our AVIF converter online tool. Here is our result:
The size of the original (uncompressed) JPEG image format size is
The size of the same image compressed as WEBP image format size with 50% compression is
21.0 kB (65.63% compression).
The size of the same image compressed as AVIF image format size with 50% compression is
11.0 kB (82.0% compression).
Although AVIF is a new image feature, it has been supported in Chrome 85, Firefox is currently working on the full support, but can also be enabled by entering
about:config in your Firefox browser and searching fro
image.avif.enable and setting this parameter to
true. Android will also support this in its next updates.
<a href="https://avif-converter.online">AVIF converter online tool</a>