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Sitewide Image File Resizing

Thread began 12/18/2009 1:59 pm by SW396201 | Last modified 12/22/2009 2:30 pm by Jason Byrnes | 853 views | 3 replies |

SW396201

Sitewide Image File Resizing

I have a large image site that was recently reformatted. The old format had images 600 pixels high. The new format has images 300 pixels wide. The images were rescaled to 300 pixels, but not resized. To reduce download time I'd like to use Digital File Pro to resize on upload about 1,500 pictures.

What's the fastest way to do that in DFP?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

This is not going to be feasible with Digital File pro. With Digital File pro, you cannot select a folder to upload, for each image you wish to upload, you need to have a File form element, for each file form element, you need to have a Digital File upload instance.


Even if the File form field did allow for selecting multiple files at a time, the memory required for resizing a single would cause the PHP server to fail on resizing the volume of images you are proposing to upload at one time.


With DFP you will need to upload each image, one at a time.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

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