Stefan Siefert pressed the little lettered thingies in this order...

> There are several possibilities to do this... first PHP has the possibility
> to use the GD - Libs (which doesn't support Gif's because of licence
> problems). The second (and in my opinion better) posibility is ImageMagick
> which are some programs to modify pictures (you have to call them externaly
> from your php - scripts) ( I think, I have seen several
> Tutorials to do so (PHP/ImageMagick) but on the fly.. I don't find them in
> my bookmarks now...
> Hope this helps,
> Stefan Siefert
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> Von: Adv. Systems Design [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Gesendet: Montag, 9. Juli 2001 16:04
> Betreff: [PHP-DB] image resizing
> Is there a way of sizing image resolution on the fly?

If you have ImageMagick, you only need to use the mogrify command:
exec("/usr/local/bin/mogrify -geometry 300x300 image.jpg");

This isn't built in to PHP, but it works very well if you have access to it.

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