Use GD to create thumbnail of jpg, gif, png, or bmp

I'm looking for a PHP function to generate a thumbnail of a jpg, gif, png or bmp file, and save it to a file.

I also don't want to define a max width or max height, I want to be able to specify a width and height, and have the thumbnail scale to fit the new size.
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kingsburymediaCommented:
Just a quick search:

http://www.phpclasses.org/browse/file/4571.html

Otherwise, you could try searching/browsing around at the root site, http://www.phpclasses.org

Good luck,

rob

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BreadstickAuthor Commented:
Thanks, but that doesn't scale to a new height and width, it scales proportionatly.
WoodyRoundUpCommented:
add in one function to the class:
      function my_size($height=100, $width=100)
      {
                    $this->img["tinggi_thumb"]=$height;
                         $this->img["lebar_thumb"]=$width;
      }


then when you call, use this:
Sample :
$myheight=200;
$mywidth=100;
//you can change your own...
$thumb=new thumbnail("./shiegege.jpg");                  // generate image_file, set filename to resize
$thumb->my_size($myheight, $mywidth);                  // set the biggest width or height for thumbnail
$thumb->jpeg_quality(75);                        // [OPTIONAL] set quality for jpeg only (0 - 100) (worst - best), default = 75
$thumb->show();                              // show your thumbnail
$thumb->save("./huhu.jpg");                        // save your thumbnail to file
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reinisCommented:
I use phpThumb for on the fly thumbnails.
http://phpthumb.sourceforge.net/

The output size is configurable (can be larger or smaller than the source), and the source may be the entire image or only a portion of the original image. True color and resampling is used if GD v2.0+ is available, otherwise paletted-color and nearest-neighbour resizing is used.

Hope this helps.

Rei.
WoodyRoundUpCommented:
Hi BreadStick.

Does the extra function help you?
I have used the code and it works for me.

If it is useful, it will be very much appreciated if you could close the thread. :)

Thanks in advance.
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Split: kingsburymedia &  WoodyRoundUp

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