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Image Enlarging with UE4.1

Thread began 11/08/2011 9:16 pm by doug.lemesurier305760 | Last modified 11/09/2011 2:01 pm by doug.lemesurier305760 | 498 views | 2 replies |

doug.lemesurier305760

Image Enlarging with UE4.1

Is it possible to enlarge an image when uploading with UE4.1?

I know UE4.1 will reduce a large image to a specified width, height or both when using the Upload Files server behavior.

What I would like to do is re-size a smaller image to a larger, uniform size when using the Upload Files Server behavior. I know the image may look 'kind'a messed up' but it's what I need.

Any input is appreciated.

Cheers
Doug

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

No, Universal Email cannot enlarge the image, but you can do this by adding height and width attributes to the image tag, if you specify a larger height and width, the image will be stretched:
<img src="path/to/image.jpg height="300' width="300" />

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doug.lemesurier305760

Thanks Jason,

I need to find a dynamic solution. I know it's not something you would normally want and I can understand why UE would not enlarge.

My problem is that the SOME of the client's images are to small for the jquery zoom I am using. They need to be able to see some details on the images they upload. I've let them know that enlarging a small image will not help but they say it's better than nothing.

So, I like to keep the client happy.

Back to the drawing board.

Cheers!
Doug

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