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DFP Uploading JPGs at 72dpi fine, 180dpi breaks

Thread began 6/12/2012 12:35 pm by dan361748 | Last modified 6/12/2012 1:40 pm by Jason Byrnes | 560 views | 1 replies |


DFP Uploading JPGs at 72dpi fine, 180dpi breaks

Hi - we are using the DFP behaviour to upload JPG images and things work fine so long as the image is at 72dpi.

Problem is many digital cameras save their JPGs at 180dpi. The upload behaviour tries to upload but encounters an issue and doesn't upload. No error is returned though.

Is there a way to resolve this so users can upload these images? Is it possible the resizing needs more memory in the PHP ini?


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

most likely this is a server memory issue.

try adding the following code at line 1 to increase the memory limit:


if that does not work, one of the other server settings that effect upload file size will be the problem.

see the following page for details on server settings that effect file upload:

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