Very flexible thumbnail generator. Output larger/smaller than source, entire image or cropped section, with/without configurable borders and/or background color. Source can be local file, remote file or database source. GIF reading supported with or without GD support. BMP reading support. Optional watermarking, optional unsharp mask sharpening, optional caching. EXIF thumbnails can be extracted. Supports any input formats via ImageMagick if available. Works with any GD version, PHP v4.0.6+
Image resizing code with demos and support in forums.
There are lots of options on how to resize:
Resize to fit given region
Resize to cover given region
Resize to given width (changing height accordingly)
Resize to given height (changing width accordingly)
Resize exactly to given width/height (in this case geometrical distortion can occur)
There are two options on where to output:
Output to file
Output to browser
There are two formats of output
JPEG and PNG
No GIF. GIF is copyrighted and so free software may not create it.
Custom error messages in separate file -- translate the file to your language if you want.
Croptool is a graphical user interface (GUI) for online image manipulation with php and the gdlib.
It allows a user to upload an image, then resize it by entering values, or use guides to specify an area to crop. You can also crop the image to values that are specified before upload.
You can specify to which folder to save your images, and if a thumbnail also should be created.
Croptool can be integrated in a website's administration section, to allow (non-technical) administrators to simply manipulate the images they upload, without the need for additional software.
Image_Toolbox is a PHP class that provides an easy to use library to the PHP GD-based image functions. It is compatible with PHP >= 4.0.6 and all GD versions. It features many smart and useful resize options, TTF text generation, merging of images with many photoshop-like blend modes, and the ability to save images to disk or output to browser. It is fully documented and written in the PEAR coding style.
Write a text to your image without altering the image itself.
Normally if you have an exclusive pictures you normally place your domain name as a symbol that you own the picture, but if you have hundred or more pictures it will be time consuming adding a text on each of the pictures.
This simple script will do the job for you by adding text in the top location of the picture once called and will not alter the picture itself, so you can change the text in the image anytime. example: <img src="img.php imgfile=IMAGEFILENAME.JPG&text=YOURTEXTHERE">
This is a great Image Hosting script, provides the users that upload with 2 (More can be added) outputs: A Direct Link to image, and a Message Board Code ([img]image[/img]). The script can be intergrated into any HTML, PHP etc page, or can be edited around to crate just one page of image hosting, like Image Shack. This is the perfect script for those that want to provide Image Hosting to there sites visitors.