Avif Express

by Aavoya
4.0 (3)
Last Updated
Active Installation
What's included
  • Free updates
  • Free customer support
  • Php Version: 7.2 or above
  • Aavoya Customer Support
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Installation and Activation

  • Download and Unzip the file.
  • Upload the plugin into your WordPress site’s “wp-content/plugins/” directory.
  • Activate “Avif Express” from the plugin page.

How to select correct engine?

  • If your local server supports Avif conversion, select “Local” otherwise select “Cloud”

How to use Cloud Engine?

  • Select the engine type
  • Go to the Advanced tab by clicking on the gear/cog icon.
  • Click on the API row, then click on the “Get API Key” button.
  • Select the plan suitable for your site.
  • Then, copy the RapidAPI API key and paste it into the input box labeled “API Key”.
  • Lastly, click on the “Update” button.

Converting Existing Images

  • Click on “Avif Express” on the sidebar menu.
  • Click the “convert” button “Upload directory” row and “Theme directory”

Auto Convert Images on Upload

  • Click on “Avif Express” on the sidebar menu.
  • Click on the checkbox on “Automatically convert images to AVIF format on upload” row.

Replace normal normal images with Avif Images

  • Click on “Avif Express” on the sidebar menu.
  • Select “Active” from the dropdown on “Rendering” row.

3 reviews for Avif Express

  1. Alexandr

    The plugin creates avif files with zero size.

    • admin

      Hi Alexandr,
      Thanks for your update.
      It’s a known issue with GD(PHP extension for image manipulation) with libavif(module for GD to support avif).
      It’s a well-known PHP bug.
      Even after installing libavif, GD still fails to use it.
      There is a workaround, but before applying for the workaround please run a PHP script with the following code to confirm if GD has access to the avif module.
      code : 2.3.0
      [FreeType Support] => 1
      [FreeType Linkage] => with freetype
      [GIF Read Support] => 1
      [GIF Create Support] => 1
      [JPEG Support] => 1
      [PNG Support] => 1
      [WBMP Support] => 1
      [XPM Support] => 1
      [XBM Support] => 1
      [WebP Support] => 1
      [BMP Support] => 1
      [AVIF Support] =>1
      [TGA Read Support] => 1
      [JIS-mapped Japanese Font Support] =>
      if [AVIF Support] is not 1 or true. Then the avif module is not working. Then you have to configure Php to use avif –
      For Ubuntu Server:
      1. apt install libavif-dev
      2. ./buildconf –force
      3. ./configure –enable-gd –with-avif
      For REDHAT type Server:
      1. dnf install libavif-devel
      2. ./buildconf –force
      3. ./configure –enable-gd –with-avif

  2. Phil

    Hi, love the Plugin. Very user Friendly and easy to use, but still all I needed.

    I’m not sure why, but I’m not getting AVIF in my srcset, even though I checked everything (afaik). Is there a known bugfix?

    Render is active
    nginx is set to accept AVIF
    .avif are all done

  3. Phil

    Easy to use Plugin, very little to set up, and it creates all the pictures you need

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