Apparently the gif I came across is to large a file for here. Rats.
hi, dana. i did a test. first off a digest is an emailed newsletter. second, i tried to save a webp promo pic from the latest daz email that came today as an all files renamed as jpg and i got this.It's probably something they put in the webpage...like a directive, maybe...that tells the browser to use that if it supports it. They always show as jpg for me in Edge. But only as webp in Chrome.
I don't know about this digest you speak of. I'm talking about the actual promo images on the website, on the product pages. Whenever I buy something (including freebies), I always save the promo images in a special folder, so I can look in them for ideas of what to use when I'm planning a render. I have them all saved by category. It makes it really easy to see what I have. I do this for what I buy no matter from what site...DAZ3D, Renderosity, Hivewire3D...where ever. It helps a lot.
At any rate, webp is a new standard on the web. Perhaps they use that in the newsletters or that digest you're talking about, because they supposedly have smaller file sizes without losing quality. And, as a standard, most browsers probably can display them. Unlike me, most people seem to use webmail. I still use Outlook for my main email address. Anyway, that's just a guess.
No, they are still using jpg on the store. Chrome just won't let you see it. Here is the Save Picture As... dialog for LA Pool, in Edge. It's at the top of the page, newest product. I did not use the drop-down to select a different file type.hi, dana. i did a test. first off a digest is an emailed newsletter. second, i tried to save a webp promo pic from the latest daz email that came today as an all files renamed as jpg and i got this.
'Couldn't recognize the image file format for file '/home/sillhouette/Downloads/new-06.jpg'
so linux cannot even open this stupid file type, only chrome's browser can see it.
we've used the email boxes on our domain since 2001. fact is this webp format is not just being used on the emails. if you go to daz pages that is what they are using on them now for all of the new product pics. i didn't browse all of daz. i'm glad i don't render. i was just warning people.
edge is not for linux so i wouldn't see that.No, they are still using jpg on the store. Chrome just won't let you see it. Here is the Save Picture As... dialog for LA Pool, in Edge. It's at the top of the page, newest product. I did not use the drop-down to select a different file type.
great job on all that, sky. those could be put on an html page in order and the story would be in one place. garfield came from neftis? neat.Very nice Linda B I share Ladyfur's love for purple too.
Found the animation below left over in my recent renders. Sometimes I'd complete a scene, and immediately get another idea, so I'd move on quickly to the next project, without posting the last one. The general theme was Andy going across the country, and then even briefly into space, to spread the good news about the new Poser release. When he starts out, it's daylight, and by the time he returns, it's evening....and having completed his mission, with the help of Poser scaling and a little imagination, he returns home through a window and slips back into the Poser DVD, where he's able to return to the Poser 11 runtime.
Giving credit where it is due, AntFarm's Hollywoods helped with the west coast part of the trip, and the $5 sale helped a lot...as did the Platinum Club benefit also on Valandar's DVDs and Stands which allowed for a detailed recreation of the Poser 11 DVD. The Lost in Space stuff was from Rendo and the B9 robot was an oldie from Xcalpro. Also in the space scenes were coflek-gnorg's Observers. Andy's vehicle was Mausel's Automatic Drohne, and his traveling companions near the end of the journey were two oldies, The Flyer (the bug) that used to be at Rendo, and Lazy Kitty (Garfield) by Neftis. Also, Toffanello's Volkswagen Beetle and Mausel's Caravan and Car were used in several animations. The project was lots of fun, and I learned way more than I thought would be possible.
Here's the left over animation, and one last reminder to watch the forum at Rendo for information about the Poser 11.2 update.
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