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Upload and resize to multiple images

Thread began 4/10/2009 1:13 pm by Carl | Last modified 5/11/2009 10:48 am by Carl | 5480 views | 15 replies


Upload and resize to multiple images


I was wondering if anyone knows a way to use DFP to upload an image but create multiple files from this one upload that changes the size of each picture. e.g.

Upload file A
Upload creates a thumbnail (puts this in thumbnail folder)
Upload creates a medium size image (puts this in medium folder)
Upload creates a large size image (puts this in the large folder)

I dont know if DFP can be changed to do this. I know WebAssist are working on a new DFP but that proberbly wont be for a while.

If DFP cannot do this then does anyone know a program that can? I also want the uploaded file to be instered into a database (just like DFP does using the Server File Name in the bindings)

Also, does WebAssist know when there next DFP will be availiable as I have seen many posts in the forum (mainly in the old forum) for new features, this should be easier now you are only supporting PHP.

Thanks in advance

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