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want resize the image to a small size with Uniform and Uniformtofill

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i have a big image. i want resize the image to a small size. First i want the image to be uniform  and lateron i want that to be Uniformtofill. I think its all a mathamatical calulation with width and height. can anyone give this calculation? thanks in advance.
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Thanks Deathrace. I am looking exactly something like that, but when i put that image its loosing the quality. Is there anyway to preserve the quality?
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