1. AVIF image format

    A modern image format based on the AV1 video format. AVIF generally has better compression than [WebP](/webp), JPEG, PNG and GIF and is designed to supersede them. AVIF competes with [JPEG XL](/jpegxl) which has similar compression quality and is generally seen as more feature-rich than AVIF.

  2. HEIF/ISO Base Media File Format

    HEIF (High Efficiency Image File Format) is a standard developed by the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) for storage and sharing of images and image sequences. Can use `.heif` or `.heic` file extensions.

  3. JPEG 2000 image format

    JPEG 2000 was built to supersede the original JPEG format by having better compression and more features. [WebP](/webp), [AVIF](/avif) and [JPEG XL](/jpegxl) are all designed to supersede JPEG 2000.

  4. JPEG XL image format

    A modern image format optimized for web environments. JPEG XL generally has better compression than [WebP](/webp), JPEG, PNG and GIF and is designed to supersede them. JPEG XL competes with [AVIF](/avif) which has similar compression quality but fewer features overall.

  5. JPEG XR image format

    JPEG XR was built to supersede the original JPEG format by having better compression and more features. [WebP](/webp), [AVIF](/avif) and [JPEG XL](/jpegxl) are all designed to supersede JPEG XR.

  6. Picture element

    A responsive images method to control which image resource a user agent presents to a user, based on resolution, media query and/or support for a particular image format

  7. WebP image format

    Image format (based on the VP8 video format) that supports lossy and lossless compression, as well as animation and alpha transparency. WebP generally has better compression than JPEG, PNG and GIF and is designed to supersede them. [AVIF](/avif) and [JPEG XL](/jpegxl) are designed to supersede WebP.

  8. headers http header: feature-policy: legacy-image-formats

  9. bpg image format

  10. flif image format