Digitalization depends on file compression because it can relieve the network infrastructure of its resources sustainably. Long-term, AVIF aims to make data traffic more efficient and replace the widely used JPEG format. AVIF provides more excellent image quality and compression as compared to JPEG. Corporations in the digital industry are interested in implementing the new image format. An image format combining the best compression with a broad range of available options is AVIF. It is possible to compress data losslessly as well as lossily. The alpha channel, like other image and graphic formats, stores additional information about transparent image areas. In interfaces such as user interfaces and collages, and company logos, transparency data are released as objects. AVIF also supports extended color spaces (Wide Color Gamut, WCG) and functions such as graininess, color undersampling, and HDR (High Dynamic Range).
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Thunderbird has supported AVIF behind a developer flag since 15.09.2020. Ensure that you are using the latest version of Thunderbird. Select Tools -> Options -> Advanced -> General and click on the Config Editor button. Make sure that image.avif.enabled is set to true manually for AVIF.