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Icaros doesn't show thumbnails of animated WebP files.

#1
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Hi Xanashi

First, thank you for this amazing piece of software.
I want to report that Icaros doesn't show thumbnails of animated WebP files. it show a thumbnails of still non-animated WebP files but not the animated ones.
WebP support both still images and animated images.

Icaros verstion: 3.2.1 Final
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#2
(12-11-2021, 08:30 PM)Jmed23 Wrote: Hi Xanashi

First, thank you for this amazing piece of software.
I want to report that Icaros doesn't show thumbnails of animated WebP files. it show a thumbnails of still non-animated WebP files but not the animated ones.
WebP support both still images and animated images.

Icaros verstion: 3.2.1 Final

Hi Jmed23,

Thank you so much for the kind words! ^__^
I am aware, and I'm hoping support for animated WebP files will eventually be added to FFmpeg 
by one of the many amazing FFmpeg contributors. 
There is a ticket here where you can follow the progress.
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#3
I am facing the same problem and I really need animated webp thumbnails.
Is there any other way to make it happen? To achieve this?
I tried many things, like; WebpCodecSetup installed, K-Lite codec pack full installed, Icaros installed but none helped.
I created also question on superuser about this
https://superuser.com/questions/1729542/...hoto-viewe
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(07-02-2022, 02:33 PM)pakiec22 Wrote: I am facing the same problem and I really need animated webp thumbnails.
Is there any other way to make it happen? To achieve this?
I tried many things, like; WebpCodecSetup installed, K-Lite codec pack full installed, Icaros installed but none helped.
I created also question on superuser about this
https://superuser.com/questions/1729542/...hoto-viewe

Hi Pakiec22,

Unfortunately I am not aware of any way to add support for animated Webp files in Windows, at this point in time.
I know there is a Webp WIC codec, but reading the code, it does not seem to support animated files. I haven't tested it though.
You can find it here: https://github.com/webmproject/webp-wic-codec

Support in Icaros currently relies on support for animated Webp in FFmpeg. 
You can follow the progress here.
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