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    I see that Google logo works that way, it's a...

    I see that Google logo works that way, it's a 538x190 png that is displayed at 50% (269x95) on their front page.

    So I tried to experiment a little with it.

    14022 bytes: original logo11w.png ...
  2. WebP is not standard either. But it doesn't...

    WebP is not standard either. But it doesn't matter. Both APNG and WebP are valid formats that can be used on the web.
  3. WebP is not "standard" either. But it doesn't...

    WebP is not "standard" either. But it doesn't matter. W3C is taking hand-off approach to the whole issue: "use whatever graphical formats you want, as long as your browser supports it".

    As for...
  4. So, first-frame thumbnails are useful in only 95%...

    So, first-frame thumbnails are useful in only 95% cases? That's pretty useful.
  5. WebP is not standard either. But it doesn't...

    WebP is not standard either. But it doesn't matter. In open source world you can take software and extend/fork it without asking original authors for permission/approval to do so. Original authors'...
  6. Opera never supported MNG, they choose to support...

    Opera never supported MNG, they choose to support APNG instead.



    Go right now to google image search, and set the filter to "Search Tools -> Type -> Animated". Where are the black squares? Just...
  7. Because you don't have a lot of choice here. ...

    Because you don't have a lot of choice here.

    That's the one and only tool WebP developers provide that can create optimized animated WebP.

    Unless you are willing to write your own tools...
  8. That's like saying "thumbnails are useless" when...

    That's like saying "thumbnails are useless" when you search for a certain animated gif on google images. :)
  9. You only call that test "stupid" because you...

    You only call that test "stupid" because you don't like that APNG seems to be winning there.

    Actually, for filesize comparison, such "gif vs webp vs apng" test makes perfect sense, because it...
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