I have been playing around with Tiltview for the past couple of days which is an addition to a WordPress plugin called NextGen FlashViewer. Let me start by saying that even though I had a couple problems when starting out the combination of NextGen Gallery, NextGen Flashviewer, and Tiltview is one of the coolest combinations I have seen. It actually is fairly easy to get going and surprisingly when configured properly is not a huge CPU and memory hog. If you have configuration errors as mentioned below it can clearly be a PC resource monster. You definitely can see it taking up some memory but most client PC’s have plenty to handle Tiltview style applications these days. If you have something configured incorrectly as I mention below it wil easily crash browsers and possibly lock up the entire PC. My 1.8 GHz Windows XP laptop with 2GB of RAM was on its knees begging for mercy during troubleshooting the issues I explain below.CPU, Flash, FlashViewer, HTTP Fox, mogrify, NextGen Flashviewer, NextGen Gallery, RAM, tiltviewer, WordPress
Posts Tagged “mogrify”
Oct 05 2008
Oct 05 2008
ImageMagick is a really cool product. Not only is it open source but its very powerful tool. My goal was to figure out how to batch resize images while keeping one side 640 pixels wide. I ended up using ImageMagick’s mogrify by issuing the command below at my CentOS shell prompt.
mogrify -resize x640 *.jpg
mogrify -resize 640 *.jpg
Depending on which side you want to be 640 pixels. If you would like for image magic to make the largest side 640 and constrain the proportions use the following command.batch, blur, bmp, CentOS, crop, fax, gif, ImageMagick, jpg, Linux, mogrify, pdf, pixels, PNG, resize, shell, tiff