This app allows users to easily connect to imgix via Image Manager within Magento for product creation and page creation. It is compatible with Magento 2 Open Source/Community Edition. Install it and read the user guide here.
Added Inclusion and Exclusion Paths to Image Manager
Now you can configure your Source to include or exclude certain paths from asset discovery in Image Manager. This does not affect which assets can be rendered via imgix, only which assets are eligible to appear in Image Manager.
We are excited to announce that our new Video API is now in Limited Availability for all of our Enterprise Customers. This enables you to process, optimize, and deliver your videos from the same Source you currently serve images from. Contact us if you would like to have the Video API enabled for your account.
Released upgrades to our image processing resulting in up to 20% faster average render times and up to 34% faster average render times for certain file formats.
We would like all of our users to know that imgix does not use Log4j in any of our services so we are not impacted by the recently publicized exploits. As always, we are continuously monitoring our services and staying up to date with security best practices.
Fixed a bug where some Purge API requests would intermittently return a 401 Unauthorized error.
Animated AVIFs are now supported (previously, animated images converted to AVIF would render as static files). Note: some versions of Firefox still do not support animated AVIFs and any animated AVIF returned to Firefox will render as a static image.
The rollout making AVIF the default format for auto=format is currently underway and all users will gradually start seeing requests return AVIFs for compatible browsers. You can read more about our AVIF solution here or contact us if you want to opt out.
XMP metadata can now be preserved for JPG to JPG transformations. If you would like to learn more about this feature, please reach out to us.
The imgix App on Contentful allows content creators to browse, preview, and select images in the content development process. Read our blog post about it for more details.
AVIF and auto=format
We announced that AVIF will be the default format for auto=format later this year, which can result in image size savings of up to 30% over WebP. If you are not ready for this transition, please reach out to usby December 1.
Use imgix to serve AVIFs when the browser supports it by using auto=format and decrease your image sizes by up to 30% over WebP (and up to 62% over JPGs). If you would like this enabled on your account, contact your Account Manager or Support.
Various bug fixes for minor display issues in Dashboard.