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JLH All Turbo
07/25/2002 11:59 AM

What do you folks use to allow users to upload an image and have cf process it into a thumbnail and a fullsize version and compress it? thanks, jacob.

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Charlie
07/25/2002 12:06 PM

www.efflare.com cfx_imagecr tag works great for us.....are one obstacle for awhile was the quality of re-sized jpegs and efflare's product shows no reduction in the quality of the uploaded images > What do you folks use to allow users to upload an image and have cf process > it into a thumbnail and a fullsize version and compress it? > > thanks, > > jacob.

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Ewok
07/25/2002 12:11 PM

This is the best image tag I've used by far. These guys did a great job. once you try the demo you will want it : ) http://efflare.com/products/cfx_imagecr/documentation/?install_demo > What do you folks use to allow users to upload an image and have cf process > it into a thumbnail and a fullsize version and compress it? > > thanks, > > jacob.

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Matt Liotta
07/25/2002 12:12 PM

Just wrote an article on how to do this. You can find it here, http://www.evolt.org/article/Image_Manipulation_with_CFMX_and_JAI/18/339 07/index.html. (watch out for the wrapped URL) Matt Liotta President & CEO Montara Software, Inc. http://www.montarasoftware.com/ V: 415-577-8070 F: 415-341-8906 P: 4155778070@messaging.sprintpcs.com ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Ewok
07/25/2002 12:15 PM

Just a comment on cfx_imagecr I had an image I was trying to stretch but photoshop just couldnt clear it up....I ran it through cfx_imagecr and it came out perfect ......mixed with forta's zip tag these two make a GREAT image management admin tool ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Chad Gray
07/25/2002 01:03 PM

We are using all of Efflare's products.  gFont is probably the one we use the most.  Ever worked with a graphic artist that just does not get the concept that you are limited by HTML and text?  gFont can save the day. http://www.victoryperformance.com/product/products.cfm Uses a nice mixture of gFont, and ImageCR for the product database. I don't have to tell the client what kind of image they can upload into the administrator.  ImageCR takes care of it.  I have not written the intelligence into the program yet to look at the original file size and limit the amount of enlargement.  So you will notice some images enlarged break up if they start at 50pixels and ImageCR tries to bring them up to 500. The caching system is the one part that no other application does.  If the image is already generated it will use it instead of re-processing the image saving lots of CPU time. Just a comment on cfx_imagecr I had an image I was trying to stretch but photoshop just couldnt clear it up....I ran it through cfx_imagecr and it came out perfect .....mixed with forta's zip tag these two make a GREAT image management admin tool > www.efflare.com > > cfx_imagecr tag > > works great for us.....are one obstacle for awhile was the quality of > re-sized jpegs and efflare's product shows no reduction in the quality of ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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jon roig
07/25/2002 07:07 PM

I've heard good things about their stuff, but I've super happy with CFX_image by Jukka Manner -- http://www.iautomated.com/ftools/default.cfm?t=cfx_image The auto-resize they have is similar... yes? Folks have any idea how it compares?   -- jon We are using all of Efflare's products.  gFont is probably the one we use the most.  Ever worked with a graphic artist that just does not get the concept that you are limited by HTML and text?  gFont can save the day. http://www.victoryperformance.com/product/products.cfm Uses a nice mixture of gFont, and ImageCR for the product database. I don't have to tell the client what kind of image they can upload into the administrator.  ImageCR takes care of it.  I have not written the intelligence into the program yet to look at the original file size and limit the amount of enlargement.  So you will notice some images enlarged break up if they start at 50pixels and ImageCR tries to bring them up to 500. The caching system is the one part that no other application does.  If the image is already generated it will use it instead of re-processing the image saving lots of CPU time. Just a comment on cfx_imagecr I had an image I was trying to stretch but photoshop just couldnt clear it up....I ran it through cfx_imagecr and it came out perfect ....mixed with forta's zip tag these two make a GREAT image management admin tool > www.efflare.com > > cfx_imagecr tag > > works great for us.....are one obstacle for awhile was the quality of > re-sized jpegs and efflare's product shows no reduction in the quality of ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Benjamin S. Rogers
07/25/2002 12:20 PM

We call the command line image editor, ImageMagick, using CFExecute. It isn't exactly the most elegant solution, and you won't be able to run it on a lot of hosts, but it is cheap. :)   http://www.imagemagick.org Here's an example. This call fills a rectangular area of an image and then crops the image: <cfexecute   name="C:\ImageMagick\mogrify.exe"   arguments="-fill ""##FFF"" -draw ""rectangle 181,46 268,138"" -crop 200 -quality 100 c:\Image.jpg"   timeout="10"> </cfexecute> Benjamin S. Rogers http://www.c4.net/ v.508.240.0051 f.508.240.0057 What do you folks use to allow users to upload an image and have cf process it into a thumbnail and a fullsize version and compress it? thanks, jacob.


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