If you're on a machine that has ImageMagick installed on it
(most Linux boxes I've been on have it installed already)
you can do something like this in PHP:
$origfile = "/home/bob/my_face.jpg";
$img_dir = "/usr/local/www/htdocs/images";
$dest_file = $img_dir . "/t_" . basename($userfile) . ".gif";
$s = system ("/usr/X11R6/bin/convert -geometry 100x100 $userfile $dest_file");
will create a 100x100 pixel thumbnail image called
ImageMagick can be found at http://www.imagemagick.org/
Bob Scott Web / DB Developer
http://www.covalent.net Covalent Technologies, Inc.
On Fri, 31 Aug 2001, Adam Plocher wrote:
> Hey I got a few questions about image manipulation.
> First of all, is there anyway I could have my script take a full size image
> and crop out a chunk of it to be used as a thumbnail - or just simply shrink
> the image down to be used as a thumbnail?
> Also, is there anyway to convert misc image types (gif, bmp, png, etc) into
> a jpeg?
> Any help will be very appreciated, thanks.
> -Adam Plocher
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