So here's my WebP workaround on Windows:
* open the .webp file in MS Paint* save as .jpeg or .png as appropriate
I shit you not, this works, as MS Paint is able to use the system WebP codec to load the files.
I've been reminded also that squoosh.app can be very helpful for converting file types, as it can both read and write WebP and runs in a web browser, so works on any OS. :D
https://squoosh.app <- since the link didn't take
@brion what is squoosh.app ?
@mondstern image converter
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