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DFP Image Resize Limitations?

Thread began 11/20/2009 10:02 am by digitaldesign | Last modified 11/20/2009 3:52 pm by digitaldesign | 1521 views | 3 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

With Image Resizing in DFP, the biggest factor will be the memory_limit php setting.

DFP Uses the GD Library requires quite a bit if memory when resizing the image, especially if your image upload form contains multiple file fields and/or you are creating multiple different sizes for the images that are uploaded.

Try increasing the memory_limit setting to 256M, this should work for most images. the 16m limit of your second host will be problematic when using the image re size functions

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