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    Cool PHP Thumbanil Generation easy

    Generate and convert images to thumbnail is quite easy with phpThumb.

    phpThumb() uses the GD library to create thumbnails from images (JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, etc) on the fly. 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. ImageMagick is used wherever possible for speed. Basic functionality is available even if GD functions are not installed (as long as ImageMagick is installed). One demo file uses portions of Javascript API by James Austin.

    System Requirements:

    Your website hosting provider must support:

    • PHP (v4.0.6 is bare minimum; v4.3.3 recommended; v5.0.0+ adds some additional filtering capabilities).
    • PHP GD library, ideally the bundled version that comes with PHP v4.3.0 or higher. Partially optional if ImageMagick is available.
    • ImageMagick. Partially optional if PHP-GD is available.


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    phpThumb() utilizes the GD library to make thumbnails from pictures (JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, and so forth) on the fly. The yield estimate is configurable (can be bigger or littler than the source), and the source might be the whole picture or just a segment of the first picture. Real nature and resampling is utilized if GD v2.0+ is accessible, generally paletted-shading and closest neighbor resizing is utilized. ImageMagick is utilized wherever feasible for speed. Fundamental usefulness is accessible regardless of whether GD capacities are not introduced (as long as ImageMagick is introduced).

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