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Hey, I was wondering if there is an alternative to the default Processwire ImageSizer. Although it comes in really, really handy (I have actually never used any Content Management Framework that comes with a default Resize module) I am not quite content when it comes to resizing large images. Check this image: http://imgur.com/KNS9VWB You can clearly see a difference in sharpness of both images, after resizing the image comes out a bit blurry (Yes, quality is on 100). Has anybody else encountered this? If so, is there any good alternative (in form of a Module). Much love to anyone that's willing to help <3
Hi folks, I have a responsive portfolio page with lots of image variations (srcset). Some of the resized images would benefit from less compression (depends on the project though), the rest would be fine with the compression level defined in the template. Is there a smart way to override the image quality set in a template? Maybe even a way to make it user selectable? I suppose this could work with repeater fields? Can't wrap my head arround this! Cheers! Phil
Hi folks I recently put a site live and in the last stages of the project decided to do some image optimisation. $options = array( 'quality' => 70, 'upscaling' => false ); $pageImageLargeDesktop = $pageImage->size(960,720,$options)->url; The thing I love about ProcessWire is that you can change the size here and the new images will be generated across all pages. It's such a time saver. However after adding in $options parameters I expected the quality of the images to reduce on a page refresh, howeever the quality settings only seem to be applied during upload. This meant I had to re-upload all my images again into ProcessWire for the changes in quality to appear. Is there a way of getting round this? It wasn't a massive problem for this particular site but I'm thinking more along the lines of a larger site with hundreds or thousands of images. You just couldn't go back in and re-upload every image unless you had a lot of time on your hands. Am I missing a trick? Thanks in advance for any help.