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`f_auto` is not giving webp format even on Chrome.

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  • Raya Straus

    Hi,

    Thank you for contacting us.

    Can you please share with us some examples so that we can further investigate this? 

    Looking forward to your reply.

    Thanks,
    Raya

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  • Adrian Mindak

    Hi, I am having the same issues.

    <img height="112" src="https://res.cloudinary.com/XXXX/image/upload/c_fill,dpr_auto,f_auto,g_auto,h_112,q_auto,w_380/Nikolassee.jpg" width="380">

     

    I am using react and adding the images with componentDidUpdate to have them responsive.

    componentDidUpdate() {
    data.map((shop) => {
    const {district} = shop
    const element = this.refs[`img-${district.toLowerCase()}`]
    const transformations = {
    dpr: "auto",
    width: element.clientWidth,
    height: element.clientHeight,
    gravity: "auto",
    crop: "fill",
    quality: "auto",
    fetch_format: "auto",
    }
    const imgTag = cloudinaryCore.imageTag(`${district}.jpg`, transformations).toHtml()
    element.innerHTML = imgTag
    })
    }

    Thx & Best Adrian

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  • Yakir Perlin

    Hi Adrina,

    Please check the Response Headers, there you should see the image actual format. 

    Please let me know if it helps you.

     

    Best,

    Yakir

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  • Adrian Mindak

    thx for the tip, I looked it up and the response header has image/jpg in it

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  • Adrian Mindak

    ok ... I just refreshed and now I got the WebP format. Does Cloudinary need some time to figure out the right format for an image?

    Because I was clearing the cache and did a hard reloads before, too.

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  • Yakir Perlin

    Hi Aricma, 

    I'm sorry for my late response.

    Well, this feature should work immediately according to browser user-agent. 

    If you want us to deeply investigate this, please reach us at support@cloudinary.com.

     

    Best,

    Yakir

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  • Arbortree Creations

    I had the same issue so I came here. When I checked the header, it was a WEBP as hoped. 

    So on windows when I right-click the image and save to run my tests I was been made believe it was a PNG (Says Windows) but in fact is was a WEBP.

    Hope this adds

    Daniel

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