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I want to load and save WebP images.

I can use buffer = file_name.get_buffer(file_name.get_len()), where file_name is a webp file, and then Image.load_webp_from_buffer(buffer: PoolByteArray), right?
Or I can simply do Image.load() since it supports all formats.
So It seems that I should get the same result.

For saving I can use Image.get_data() to get a PoolByteArray and then File.store_buffer() to save this PoolByteArray. And I will receive a WebP image file simply saving Image object as PoolByteArray?

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"Currently, there is no support for saving WebP files."
I was answered this question and confirmed it with tests. Details are here.

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