Tautology Webp Image Viewer is a standalone image viewer designed specifically for viewing and saving Webp image files.
Webp is an image format developed by Google for creating smaller image files that can be more
rapidly downloaded and viewed. For more information visit the main Webp site and
here for how to
convert your images to the Webp format. To create animated Webp files from still images
you can use the MakeWebp tool.
Internal lossy and lossless Webp codec (no external library required). Supports animated Webp files.
Integrated and configurable joystick/gamepad support.
Opera style mouse gestures support.
Low memory, incremental animated GIF decoder. Plays animated GIFs while it is decoding.
High resolution SVG image rendering.
Non-repeating random image viewer (does not repeat until all images are viewed).
Runs under Linux using WINE, and under ReactOS. Click here for a screen shot.
Uses the libjpeg-turbo library for decoding JPEG images,
which uses SIMD processor instructions found in newer computers for much faster decoding than the
standard image libraries (2-4x faster).
Supports lossless JPEG transformations such as rotations, flips and crop (thanks to JPEGclub).
Note: that lossless operations are only within the 8x8 or 16x16 JPEG tiles. Images may be truncated to the nearest tile.
This program has been tested on Windows 95, 98, XP, Vista, Windows 7/8/10.