Convert any images to AVIF for free.
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usually reduces file size of images by 20-90% for faster page loading
decreases required bandwidth for service providers
is actively developed by tech giants like Google, Apple and Microsoft
is open to use and royalty-free for everyone
provides the highest quality to compression rate ever achieved
already supported by Chrome, Opera and Firefox
supports transparency and is therefore a better version of PNG
supports animated frames which can replace GIFs and aPNGs
embraces HDR with 12-bit color depth and wide color gamut
provides future-proof VP-10 codec technology
latest GPUs already support hardware decoding
is rich of features for smartphones like live photos
How to use AVIF
Support is constantly rising across browsers, software and hardware. Thanks to being royalty-free, companies can include the format without having to deal with patents. We created articles for you on how to get started on all different type of browsers, operating systems and software. We didn't cover your software? Feel free to tell us on email@example.com and we will write an article about it.
In the last ten years, an average website’s size has increased from 500kb to 2000kb. Images have always been taking up half the amount. There's a need for a new image format to stop the increasing size of pictures on the web. For years, JPEG has remained the most popular picture format due to its high compatibility. AVIF is the modern solution. It is developed by the Alliance for Open Media, a collaboration of Google, Apple, Mozilla, Intel and other tech giants. AVIF is a codec for super-compressed images with acceptable quality, and it’s constantly getting better. AVIF offers significant reductions in file size over the current JPEG or WebP codecs. You can reduce file sizes by 20-90%, even for images with transparency and animated frames. Currently supported by Chrome, Opera and Firefox, you can expect it to get more support soon. The most influential tech companies develop AVIF. Netflix has already considered .avif superior to the JPEG, PNG, and even the newer WebP image formats for its image quality to compressed file size ratio. AV1 was created by industry leaders and technology innovators from all prestigious companies. They licensed their codec patents royalty-free to create an ecosystem that would endure. There is no other codec that seems as promising as AVIF. With its widespread support, current feature rate, license-free usage, and the highest compression rate achieved, we are only steps away from creating a truly modern web.