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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Loading high resolution images.

    you can already open a webp in AF and save it as another file type - its good that they are adding this to their export
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    Default Re: Loading high resolution images.

    @ HD Yes you can but you currently open a jpg and save it as a webp image.

    Meanwhile here's a great online convertor:

    LINK
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    Info Re: Loading high resolution images.

    Quote Originally Posted by handrawn View Post
    you can already open a webp in AF and save it as another file type - its good that they are adding this to their export
    You can do the same in the browser and IrfanView. A Copy & Paste will add it in as a Bitmap to your Xara design.

    If you want to embed your local filestore webp into your Xara design, there is a tricky way:

    1. Create a small Rectangle as your intended Thumbnail.
    2. Use Web Properties > Link > Link to file > Browse to webp & Apply.
    3. Immediately Link: Do nothing & Apply.
    4. Web Properties > Placeholder > HTML code (body): <img src="index_htm_files/webp" style="width: 100%; height:100%;" />
    5. Clone and make larger and place on a new Layer.
    6. Link from the Thumbnail to the new (pop-up) Layer & apply Settings.

    You then only will reference the webp through your published or exported website:
    Click image for larger version. 

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    Things to note:
    1. You need to keep/know the same image ratio as your webp.
    2. The Placeholder image will not appear so you are stuck with a coloured box. You could use the Copy & Paste as I described above for the Thumbnail. Do not do it for the larger image & Optimise Images too.
    3. webps are typically far smaller so embedding a portfolio does not blow the Xara design up as much as with JPEGs/PNGs.
    4. Do check all works with all your browsers.

    Acorn
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    Default Re: Loading high resolution images.

    thank yoou for that

    of course my design would not be a website but good to konw
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    Default Re: Loading high resolution images.

    I'm having problems following that Acorn. Any chance of a xar file?
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    Info Re: Loading high resolution images.

    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Bramhill View Post
    I'm having problems following that Acorn. Any chance of a xar file?
    Egg, here you are:

    webp - Presentation Steps.xar

    Do note you need to attach your own webp file or even use the Link to the one I compressed.
    If still unsure follow the Steps with a new design file.
    webps do not show in early versions of Xara Preview as these use IE.

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    Default Re: Loading high resolution images.

    Hi Acorn, still can't follow you and get this to function:

    Egg

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    Default Re: Loading high resolution images.

    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Bramhill View Post
    Hi Acorn, still can't follow you and get this to function:
    Egg, I've tried my own instructions again with another image file and all works.

    Either of these are good:
    <img src="index_htm_files/bg_alt_4.webp" width=100% height=100% />
    <img src="index_htm_files/bg_alt_4.webp" style="width: 100%; height: 100%">

    The embedded file is in the exported index_htm_files folder:

    Filename Type Size (kb)
    .. (Parent Directory) <Directory>
    1.png PNG Image 27.21 KB
    xr_main.css Stylesheet 3.94 KB
    xr_text.css Stylesheet 0.02 KB
    xr_fonts.css Stylesheet 0.00 KB
    xr_fontsie.css Stylesheet 0.00 KB
    png.js Javascript 1.17 KB
    roe.js Javascript 58.74 KB
    ani.css Stylesheet 21.23 KB
    bg_alt_4.webp WEBP File 187.12 KB
    xr_files.txt Text File 0.05 KB
    0.gif GIF Image 0.04 KB

    Check the embedded file is in a folder under %localappdata%\Temp\XaraTempSupportFolders when your design file is open.

    Acorn

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    Default Re: Loading high resolution images.

    my there are times I am glad I only have to sync asset to soundrrack
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