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WebPMux: set of two libraries 'Mux' and 'Demux' for creation, extraction and
manipulation of an extended format WebP file, which can have features like
color profile, metadata and animation. Reference command-line tools 'webpmux'
and 'vwebp' as well as the WebP container specification
'doc/webp-container-spec.txt' are also provided in this package.
WebP Mux tool:
The examples/ directory contains a tool (webpmux) for manipulating WebP
files. The webpmux tool can be used to create an extended format WebP file and
also to extract or strip relevant data from such a file.
A list of options is available using the -help command line flag:
> webpmux -help
Usage: webpmux -get GET_OPTIONS INPUT -o OUTPUT
webpmux -duration DURATION_OPTIONS [-duration ...]
webpmux -frame FRAME_OPTIONS [-frame...] [-loop LOOP_COUNT]
webpmux -info INPUT
webpmux [-h|-help]
webpmux -version
webpmux argument_file_name
Extract relevant data:
icc get ICC profile
exif get EXIF metadata
xmp get XMP metadata
frame n get nth frame
Set color profile/metadata:
icc file.icc set ICC profile
exif file.exif set EXIF metadata
xmp file.xmp set XMP metadata
where: 'file.icc' contains the ICC profile to be set,
'file.exif' contains the EXIF metadata to be set
'file.xmp' contains the XMP metadata to be set
Set duration of selected frames:
duration set duration for each frames
duration,frame set duration of a particular frame
duration,start,end set duration of frames in the
interval [start,end])
where: 'duration' is the duration in milliseconds
'start' is the start frame index
'end' is the inclusive end frame index
The special 'end' value '0' means: last frame.
Strip color profile/metadata:
icc strip ICC profile
exif strip EXIF metadata
xmp strip XMP metadata
Create animation:
file_i +di+[xi+yi[+mi[bi]]]
where: 'file_i' is the i'th animation frame (WebP format),
'di' is the pause duration before next frame,
'xi','yi' specify the image offset for this frame,
'mi' is the dispose method for this frame (0 or 1),
'bi' is the blending method for this frame (+b or -b)
Number of times to repeat the animation.
Valid range is 0 to 65535 [Default: 0 (infinite)].
Background color of the canvas.
where: 'A', 'R', 'G' and 'B' are integers in the range 0 to 255 specifying
the Alpha, Red, Green and Blue component values respectively
[Default: 255,255,255,255]
INPUT & OUTPUT are in WebP format.
Note: The nature of EXIF, XMP and ICC data is not checked and is assumed to be
Note: if a single file name is passed as the argument, the arguments will be
tokenized from this file. The file name must not start with the character '-'.
Visualization tool:
The examples/ directory also contains a tool (vwebp) for viewing WebP files.
It decodes the image and visualizes it using OpenGL. See the libwebp README
for details on building and running this program.
Mux API:
The Mux API contains methods for adding data to and reading data from WebP
files. This API currently supports XMP/EXIF metadata, ICC profile and animation.
Other features may be added in subsequent releases.
Example#1 (pseudo code): Creating a WebPMux object with image data, color
profile and XMP metadata.
int copy_data = 0;
WebPMux* mux = WebPMuxNew();
// ... (Prepare image data).
WebPMuxSetImage(mux, &image, copy_data);
// ... (Prepare ICC profile data).
WebPMuxSetChunk(mux, "ICCP", &icc_profile, copy_data);
// ... (Prepare XMP metadata).
WebPMuxSetChunk(mux, "XMP ", &xmp, copy_data);
// Get data from mux in WebP RIFF format.
WebPMuxAssemble(mux, &output_data);
// ... (Consume output_data; e.g. write output_data.bytes to file).
Example#2 (pseudo code): Get image and color profile data from a WebP file.
int copy_data = 0;
// ... (Read data from file).
WebPMux* mux = WebPMuxCreate(&data, copy_data);
WebPMuxGetFrame(mux, 1, &image);
// ... (Consume image; e.g. call WebPDecode() to decode the data).
WebPMuxGetChunk(mux, "ICCP", &icc_profile);
// ... (Consume icc_profile).
For a detailed Mux API reference, please refer to the header file
Demux API:
The Demux API enables extraction of images and extended format data from
WebP files. This API currently supports reading of XMP/EXIF metadata, ICC
profile and animated images. Other features may be added in subsequent
Code example: Demuxing WebP data to extract all the frames, ICC profile
and EXIF/XMP metadata.
WebPDemuxer* demux = WebPDemux(&webp_data);
uint32_t width = WebPDemuxGetI(demux, WEBP_FF_CANVAS_WIDTH);
uint32_t height = WebPDemuxGetI(demux, WEBP_FF_CANVAS_HEIGHT);
// ... (Get information about the features present in the WebP file).
uint32_t flags = WebPDemuxGetI(demux, WEBP_FF_FORMAT_FLAGS);
// ... (Iterate over all frames).
WebPIterator iter;
if (WebPDemuxGetFrame(demux, 1, &iter)) {
do {
// ... (Consume 'iter'; e.g. Decode 'iter.fragment' with WebPDecode(),
// ... and get other frame properties like width, height, offsets etc.
// ... see 'struct WebPIterator' below for more info).
} while (WebPDemuxNextFrame(&iter));
// ... (Extract metadata).
WebPChunkIterator chunk_iter;
if (flags & ICCP_FLAG) WebPDemuxGetChunk(demux, "ICCP", 1, &chunk_iter);
// ... (Consume the ICC profile in 'chunk_iter.chunk').
if (flags & EXIF_FLAG) WebPDemuxGetChunk(demux, "EXIF", 1, &chunk_iter);
// ... (Consume the EXIF metadata in 'chunk_iter.chunk').
if (flags & XMP_FLAG) WebPDemuxGetChunk(demux, "XMP ", 1, &chunk_iter);
// ... (Consume the XMP metadata in 'chunk_iter.chunk').
For a detailed Demux API reference, please refer to the header file
AnimEncoder API:
The AnimEncoder API can be used to create animated WebP images.
Code example:
WebPAnimEncoderOptions enc_options;
// ... (Tune 'enc_options' as needed).
WebPAnimEncoder* enc = WebPAnimEncoderNew(width, height, &enc_options);
while(<there are more frames>) {
WebPConfig config;
// ... (Tune 'config' as needed).
WebPAnimEncoderAdd(enc, frame, duration, &config);
WebPAnimEncoderAssemble(enc, webp_data);
// ... (Write the 'webp_data' to a file, or re-mux it further).
For a detailed AnimEncoder API reference, please refer to the header file
Please report all bugs to the issue tracker:
Patches welcome! See this page to get started: