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Old 01-28-2001, 07:04 AM   #1
dr. Agon
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Hello all,

I woul like to ask 'bout the image manipuliation - what should I use if I want my scripts be possible to run on largest part of php serves?

Now I know two ways:
1 - to use exec(convert) from ImageMagic lib;
2 - to use ImageCopyResized().

How I understand - the second one is relaying on GD lib.

The questions are - which is default way to resize image and which is best one?

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dr. Agon
 
  


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