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Coppermine Gallery | Resize uploaded Images

Hi,
I have more than 10GB of images uploaded at Coppermine Gallery.

Lots of these images are in resolution of 2048 X 1024 and size in excess of 5MB for each image. I wish to resize them to 640X480 so viewing doesn't chew up so much of bandwidth.

How can I do this using coppermine admin interface?

Thanks
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Ray Paseur

8/22/2022 - Mon
Ray Paseur

I can't help with the Coppermine Admin part of things, but I can show you a PHP script that can be used to resize image files.  If you have PHP skills it will be easy to handle.  Please post back if you're interested in that approach.  Best, ~Ray
crazywolf2010

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Hi Ray,
Many Thanks for your response.

I don't have great php skills but I know someone in my organization working on front end portal who can help me here. Please details me what needs to be done.

Will php script actually resize images or just change the size/crop image while displaying?

Thanks
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Hi ray,
I got my friend to write a small fuction to resize & save files. So far it seem working OK . It does need bit of a tweaking.

Many Thanks mate.

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Ray Paseur

Thanks for the points and best of luck with it, ~Ray