imagemin-webp - WebP plugin for imagemin

  •        100

Preset setting, one of default, photo, picture, drawing, icon and text.Set quality factor between 0 and 100.

https://github.com/imagemin/imagemin-webp

Dependencies:

cwebp-bin : ^4.0.0
exec-buffer : ^3.0.0
is-cwebp-readable : ^2.0.1

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