Image Quality

The {format} or extension of a requested image may utilize any of the following extensions to adjust for image quality and bandwidth requirements.  Lower color images can be useful for mobile and visual displays which may have limited bandwidth or data transfer restrictions.

When utilizing a PNG image with 256 or less colors, dithering may be utilized to encode the color palette.  For JPEG images, either the jpeg or jpg extensions may be used.

You can prefix any image quality type with @2x to request a higher DPI version for retina displays.

Extension Description
@2x.png 2x scale (retina)
png True color PNG image
png32 32 color indexed PNG
png64 64 color indexed PNG
png128 128 color indexed PNG
png256 256 color indexed PNG
jpg70 70% quality JPG
jpg or jpg80 80% quality JPG (default)
jpg90 90% quality JPG
jpg95 95% quality JPG
jpg100 Maximum quality JPG
webp WebP Image format