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       dwebp - decompress a WebP file to an image file


       dwebp [options] input_file.webp


       This manual page documents the dwebp command.

       dwebp decompresses WebP files into PNG, PAM, PPM or PGM images.


       The basic options are:

       -h     Print usage summary.

              Print the version number (as major.minor.revision) and exit.

       -o string
              Specify  the  name  of  the  output  file (as PNG format by default).  Using "-" as
              output name will direct output to 'stdout'.

       -- string
              Explicitly specify the input file. This option is useful if the input  file  starts
              with  an  '-'  for  instance.  This  option  must  appear  last.  Any other options
              afterward will be ignored. If the input file is "-", the data  will  be  read  from
              stdin instead of a file.

       -bmp   Change the output format to uncompressed BMP.

       -tiff  Change the output format to uncompressed TIFF.

       -pam   Change the output format to PAM (retains alpha).

       -ppm   Change the output format to PPM (discards alpha).

       -pgm   Change the output format to PGM. The output consists of luma/chroma samples instead
              of RGB, using the IMC4 layout. This option is mainly for verification and debugging

       -yuv   Change  the output format to raw YUV. The output consists of luma/chroma-U/chroma-V
              samples instead of RGB, saved sequentially as individual  planes.  This  option  is
              mainly for verification and debugging purposes.

              Don't  use  the fancy upscaler for YUV420. This may lead to jaggy edges (especially
              the red ones), but should be faster.

              Don't use the in-loop filtering process even if it is required  by  the  bitstream.
              This  may  produce visible blocks on the non-compliant output, but it will make the
              decoding faster.

       -dither strength
              Specify a dithering strength between 0 and  100.  Dithering  is  a  post-processing
              effect  applied  to  chroma components in lossy compression.  It helps by smoothing
              gradients and avoiding banding artifacts.

              Disable all dithering (default).

       -mt    Use multi-threading for decoding, if possible.

       -crop x_position y_position width height
              Crop the decoded picture  to  a  rectangle  with  top-left  corner  at  coordinates
              (x_position, y_position) and size width x height.  This cropping area must be fully
              contained within the source rectangle.  The top-left corner will be snapped to even
              coordinates  if  needed.   This  option  is  meant  to reduce the memory needed for
              cropping large images.  Note: the cropping is applied before any scaling.

       -scale width height
              Rescale the decoded picture to dimension width x  height.  This  option  is  mostly
              intended  to  reducing  the memory needed to decode large images, when only a small
              version is needed (thumbnail, preview,  etc.).   Note:  scaling  is  applied  after

       -v     Print extra information (decoding time in particular).

       -noasm Disable all assembly optimizations.


       Please report all bugs to our issue tracker:
       Patches        welcome!        See       this       page       to       get       started:


       dwebp picture.webp -o output.png
       dwebp picture.webp -ppm -o output.ppm
       dwebp -o output.ppm -- ---picture.webp
       cat picture.webp | dwebp -o - -- - > output.ppm


       dwebp was written by the WebP team.
       The latest source tree is available at

       This manual page was written by Pascal  Massimino  <>,  for  the
       Debian project (and may be used by others).


       cwebp(1), gif2webp(1), webpmux(1)
       Please refer to for additional information.

   Output file format details

                                         October 19, 2015                                DWEBP(1)