rotating and scaling images in Win32 (was ITPC, Exif *.*)

David Bovill david at openpartnership.net
Fri Feb 1 19:17:44 EST 2008


I thought you could use imagemagick on windows:

ImageMagick (full)<http://www.dylanbeattie.net/magick/download/latest/ImageMagick.zip>This
> includes the ImageMagick binaries, including the command-line tools (
> animate.exe, composite.exe, etc.) Get this package if you want to use
> ImageMagick on a Windows system but don't want to use Perl. *This is
> functionally identical to the official ImageMagick Win2K binary
> distribution.*


Does this link not work - I have no PC here?


On 01/02/2008, Andre Garzia <andre at andregarzia.com> wrote:
>
> Aloha Friends,
>
> I am creating a little photo selection application that allow
> contributors to quickly select photos and do some basic editing
> (rotation, scaling). Revolution is great for working with images but
> when doing batch processing it simply takes too long. Creating
> thumbnails for 80 images/4 mb each takes lots of minutes.
>
> To solve this, I am using "sips" in MacOS X, it works wonder! I am
> able to scale, editing, everything very fast. Now, I am implementing
> it for windows, so I want to find something I can use to do some photo
> processing. It must be something that I can bundle with the
> application, it can be some ActiveX/COM which I can call from vbscript
> or some command line tool that I can bundle and call with shell().
>
> So far, I am very frustraded, all the libraries I find cost like
> hundreds!!! 400 USD for simple lib is too much, any clue out there? I
> checked ImageMagick but I can't find a way to bundle it.
>
> Any help is appreciated. I just need a simple way to do rotation and
> scalling and exif data processing in a quick way.
>
> Cheers
> andre
>
>
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