HEIC Support – WordPress plugin
Allows .heic uploads to the Media Library. Creates a .webp copy of .heic images when they are uploaded. An optional feature replaces the original upload instead of creating a copy.
Creation of .webp copies usually works on servers running ImageMagick 7 or above. Check Settings → Media → HEIC Support after activating to see if your server provides ImageMagick.
- Upload the entire
heic-supportfolder to the
- Activate the plugin through the Plugins screen (Plugins → Installed Plugins).
Check the page at Media → HEIC Support after activating to see if your server provides ImageMagick 7.
It would be better if you can add an option to generate JPEG files when uploading
“HEIC Support” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.
- [Added] Add filters around the webp format and image/webp mime type strings so they can be changed by other developers.
- [Added] Adds an optional feature to replace .heic images rather than create a copy. A switch enables the feature at Settings → Media.
- [Fixed] Updates an error message to stop mentioning a specific minimum version of ImageMagick. It was not accurate, and other dependencies like libheif could be missing that prevent conversions from working.
- [Changed] Moves all plugin settings from Media → HEIC Support to Settings → Media.
- [Changed] Changes the tested up to version to 6.2.0.
- [Removed] Removes the menu at Media → HEIC Support.
- [Fixed] Fixes a bug that caused a parse error in PHP versions less than or equal to 7.2.
- [Changed] Changes the tested up to version to 6.1.1.
- [Added] First public version. Adds
.heicsupport to WordPress. If ImageMagick 7 or above is installed, creates
.heicimages uploaded to the Media Library.