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getimagesize

(PHP 4, PHP 5, PHP 7)

getimagesizeRetourne la taille d'une image

Description

array getimagesize ( string $filename [, array &$imageinfo ] )

getimagesize() détermine la taille de l'image fournie et en retourne les dimensions, le type d'image et une chaîne type height/width à placer dans une balise HTML IMG normale et le type de contenu HTTP correspondant.

getimagesize() peut également retourner plus d'informations dans le paramètre imageinfo.

Note: Notez que JPC et JP2 sont capables d'avoir des composants avec une profondeur de bit différente. Dans ce cas, la valeur de "bits" est la plus grande profondeur de bit rencontrée. De même, les fichiers JP2 disposent du support de multiple JPEG 2000 codestreams. Dans ce cas, getimagesize() retourne les valeurs pour le premier codestream rencontré à la racine du fichier.

Note: Les informations sur les icônes sont récupérées depuis l'icône possédant le plus haut débit.

Liste de paramètres

filename

Ce paramètre spécifie le fichier dont vous voulez récupérer les informations. Il peut être un fichier local ou (suivant la configuration), un fichier distant en utilisant un des flux supportés.

imageinfo

Ce paramètre optionnel permet d'extraire des informations supplémentaires du fichier image. Actuellement, cette option va retourner différents marqueurs JPG APP dans un tableau associatif. Certains programmes utilisent ces marqueur APP pour préciser les informations dans les balises HTML. Un marqueur commun est le marqueur APP13, décrit à » IPTC. Vous pouvez utiliser la fonction iptcparse() pour analyser ce marqueur, et obtenir des informations intelligibles.

Valeurs de retour

Retourne un tableau contenant jusqu'à 7 éléments. Tous les types d'images n'incluent pas les éléments channels et bits.

L'index 0 contient la largeur. L'index 1 contient la hauteur.

Note:

Certains formats peuvent ne contenir aucune image, ou bien plusieurs. Dans ces cas-là, getimagesize() peut ne pas être capable de déterminer correctement la taille de l'image. getimagesize() retourne alors zéro comme taille de hauteur et largeur.

L'index 2 est une constante parmi IMAGETYPE_XXX constants, indiquant le type de l'image.

L'index 3 contient la chaîne à placer dans les balises IMG : height="xxx" width="yyy".

mime correspond au type MIME d'une image. Cette information peut être utilisée pour envoyer l'en-tête HTTP Content-type correct :

Exemple #1 getimagesize() et types MIME

<?php
$size 
getimagesize($filename);
$fp fopen($filename"rb");
if (
$size && $fp) {
    
header("Content-type: {$size['mime']}");
    
fpassthru($fp);
    exit;
} else {
    
// error
}
?>

channels sera 3 pour des images RGB et 4 pour des images CMYK.

bits est le nombre d'octets pour chaque couleur.

Cependant, la présence des valeurs de channels et de bits peut mener à la confusion. Par exemple, une image GIF utilise toujours trois canaux par pixel, mais le nombre de bits par pixel ne peut être calculé dans le cas d'une image animée GIF ayant une table de couleur globale.

Si une erreur survient, FALSE est retourné.

Erreurs / Exceptions

Si l'accès à filename est impossible, getimagesize() générera une erreur de niveau E_WARNING. Si une erreur survient lors de la lecture, getimagesize() générera une erreur de niveau E_NOTICE.

Historique

Version Description
5.3.0 Ajout du support des icônes.
5.2.3 Les erreurs de lecture générées par cette fonction passent de niveau E_WARNING à E_NOTICE.
4.3.2 Le support de JPC, JP2, JPX, JB2, XBM, et WBMP devient disponible.
4.3.2 Le support JPEG 2000 a été ajouté pour le paramètre imageinfo.
4.3.0 bits et channels sont présents pour les autres types d'images.
4.3.0 Le support de SWC et IFF a été ajouté.
4.2.0 Le support de TIFF a été ajouté.
4.0.6 Le support des BMP et PSD a été ajouté.

Exemples

Exemple #2 Exemple avec getimagesize()

<?php
list($width$height$type$attr) = getimagesize("img/flag.jpg");
echo 
"<img src=\"img/flag.jpg\" $attr alt=\"Exemple avec getimagesize()\" />";
?>

Exemple #3 getimagesize() avec une URL

<?php
$size 
getimagesize("http://www.example.com/gifs/logo.gif");

// Si le nom du fichier comporte des espaces, encodez-le !
$size getimagesize("http://www.example.com/gifs/lo%20go.gif");

?>

Exemple #4 getimagesize() qui retourne IPTC

<?php
$size 
getimagesize("testimg.jpg"$info);
if (isset(
$info["APP13"])) {
    
$iptc iptcparse($info["APP13"]);
    
var_dump($iptc);
}
?>

Notes

Note:

Cette fonction ne nécessite pas la bibliothèque GD.

Voir aussi

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User Contributed Notes 31 notes

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james dot relyea at zifiniti dot com
7 years ago
As noted below, getimagesize will download the entire image before it checks for the requested information. This is extremely slow on large images that are accessed remotely. Since the width/height is in the first few bytes of the file, there is no need to download the entire file. I wrote a function to get the size of a JPEG by streaming bytes until the proper data is found to report the width and height:

<?php
// Retrieve JPEG width and height without downloading/reading entire image.
function getjpegsize($img_loc) {
   
$handle = fopen($img_loc, "rb") or die("Invalid file stream.");
   
$new_block = NULL;
    if(!
feof($handle)) {
       
$new_block = fread($handle, 32);
       
$i = 0;
        if(
$new_block[$i]=="\xFF" && $new_block[$i+1]=="\xD8" && $new_block[$i+2]=="\xFF" && $new_block[$i+3]=="\xE0") {
           
$i += 4;
            if(
$new_block[$i+2]=="\x4A" && $new_block[$i+3]=="\x46" && $new_block[$i+4]=="\x49" && $new_block[$i+5]=="\x46" && $new_block[$i+6]=="\x00") {
               
// Read block size and skip ahead to begin cycling through blocks in search of SOF marker
               
$block_size = unpack("H*", $new_block[$i] . $new_block[$i+1]);
               
$block_size = hexdec($block_size[1]);
                while(!
feof($handle)) {
                   
$i += $block_size;
                   
$new_block .= fread($handle, $block_size);
                    if(
$new_block[$i]=="\xFF") {
                       
// New block detected, check for SOF marker
                       
$sof_marker = array("\xC0", "\xC1", "\xC2", "\xC3", "\xC5", "\xC6", "\xC7", "\xC8", "\xC9", "\xCA", "\xCB", "\xCD", "\xCE", "\xCF");
                        if(
in_array($new_block[$i+1], $sof_marker)) {
                           
// SOF marker detected. Width and height information is contained in bytes 4-7 after this byte.
                           
$size_data = $new_block[$i+2] . $new_block[$i+3] . $new_block[$i+4] . $new_block[$i+5] . $new_block[$i+6] . $new_block[$i+7] . $new_block[$i+8];
                           
$unpacked = unpack("H*", $size_data);
                           
$unpacked = $unpacked[1];
                           
$height = hexdec($unpacked[6] . $unpacked[7] . $unpacked[8] . $unpacked[9]);
                           
$width = hexdec($unpacked[10] . $unpacked[11] . $unpacked[12] . $unpacked[13]);
                            return array(
$width, $height);
                        } else {
                           
// Skip block marker and read block size
                           
$i += 2;
                           
$block_size = unpack("H*", $new_block[$i] . $new_block[$i+1]);
                           
$block_size = hexdec($block_size[1]);
                        }
                    } else {
                        return
FALSE;
                    }
                }
            }
        }
    }
    return
FALSE;
}
?>
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php dot net at dannysauer dot com
11 years ago
Note that, if you're going to be a good programmer and use named constatnts (IMAGETYPE_JPEG) rather than their values (2), you want to use the IMAGETYPE variants - IMAGETYPE_JPEG, IMAGETYPE GIF, IMAGETYPE_PNG, etc.  For some reason, somebody made a horrible decision, and IMG_PNG is actually 4 in my version of PHP, while IMAGETYPE_PNG is 3.  It took me a while to figure out why comparing the type against IMG_PNG was failing...
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kumarldh at gmail dot com
5 years ago
I spent quite a time and realised one needs "allow_url_fopen" turned on to be able to use getimagesize(). Hope this help others.
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tomasz at trejderowski dot pl
3 years ago
If you want to "convert" value returned by "getimagesize()" as index "2" into something more human-readable, you may consider using a function like this one:

    $imageTypeArray = array
    (
        0=>'UNKNOWN',
        1=>'GIF',
        2=>'JPEG',
        3=>'PNG',
        4=>'SWF',
        5=>'PSD',
        6=>'BMP',
        7=>'TIFF_II',
        8=>'TIFF_MM',
        9=>'JPC',
        10=>'JP2',
        11=>'JPX',
        12=>'JB2',
        13=>'SWC',
        14=>'IFF',
        15=>'WBMP',
        16=>'XBM',
        17=>'ICO',
        18=>'COUNT' 
    );
   
    $size = getimagesize($filename);
   
    $size[2] = $imageTypeArray[$size[2]];

Or something similar.
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kazuya
2 years ago
i made function img_resize($path,$tmp_name,$new_name,$new_width)
this could be useful.

<?php

$new_file
= img_resize("./img/", "test.jpg","copy_test.jpg",300);
echo
"<IMG src = '$new_file'>";

function
img_resize($path,$tmp_name,$new_name,$new_width){
    if (!
file_exists($path.$filename)){
        echo
"file not found!";
        exit;
    }
    if (!
is_writable($path)){
        echo
"error:permission denied!";
        exit;
    }
    list(
$width, $height) = getimagesize($path . $tmp_name);
   
$new_height = abs($new_width * $height / $width);
   
$image_p = imagecreatetruecolor($new_width, $new_height);
   
$image = imagecreatefromjpeg($path . $tmp_name);
   
imagecopyresampled($image_p, $image, 0, 0, 0, 0,
                       
$new_width, $new_height, $width, $height);
   
imagejpeg($image_p, $path . $new_name);
    return
$path.$new_name;
}

?>
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@hill79
6 years ago
I needed to find image dimensions for use in some dynamic css, since getimagesize() returns width="x" height="y" at index 3 I had to convert that to a valid CSS format.

Thought I'd share the function in case anyone else needs the same.

<?php
function cssifysize($img) {
$dimensions = getimagesize($img);
$dimensions = str_replace("=\"", ":", $dimensions['3']);
$dimensions = str_replace("\"", "px;", $dimensions);
return
$dimensions;
}

returns width:x;height:y;
?>

I expect there's a way of making that more efficient
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geoff at spacevs dot com
7 years ago
This function returns the width and height of a JPEG image from a string, allowing the dimensions of images stored in a database to be retrieved without writing them to the disk first, or using "imagecreatefromstring" which is very slow in comparison.

<?PHP
function getJPEGImageXY($data) {
       
$soi = unpack('nmagic/nmarker', $data);
        if (
$soi['magic'] != 0xFFD8) return false;
       
$marker = $soi['marker'];
       
$data   = substr($data, 4);
       
$done   = false;

        while(
1) {
                if (
strlen($data) === 0) return false;
                switch(
$marker) {
                        case
0xFFC0:
                               
$info = unpack('nlength/Cprecision/nY/nX', $data);
                                return array(
$info['X'], $info['Y']);
                                break;

                        default:
                               
$info   = unpack('nlength', $data);
                               
$data   = substr($data, $info['length']);
                               
$info   = unpack('nmarker', $data);
                               
$marker = $info['marker'];
                               
$data   = substr($data, 2);
                                break;
                }
        }
}
?>

Doing this 10,000 times takes 0.43 seconds, compared with using imagecreatefromstring/imagesx/imagesy which takes around 1.52 seconds to do the same.

Do not use this instead of getimagesize when dealing with files, getimagesize is much faster coming in at 0.15 seconds.
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Urchin
5 years ago
On a Debian machine I had a lot of Notices in my log because the system did not understand spaces. While the str_replace and rawurlencode options are ok for remote images, for the local system it is of no use.

I used the following:

getimagesize('"'.$location.'"');

so basically I quoted the location (single_quot-dubble_quote-single_quote).
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redcore at gmail dot com
9 years ago
It's always good to check out an image's dimensions while attempting to upload to your server or database...especially if it's going to be displayed on a page that doesn't accomodate images beyond a particular size.

<?php

$tmpName
= $_FILES['userfile']['tmp_name'];
       
list(
$width, $height, $type, $attr) = getimagesize($tmpName);

if(
$width>275 || $height>275)
{
die(
"exceeded image dimension limits.");
}

?>
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laurens dot stoetzel at gmail dot com
9 years ago
In reply to John (http://de.php.net/manual/de/function.getimagesize.php#61514):
list will only work with numeric arrays.

<?php
 
//renumber
 
$my_image = array_values(getimagesize('test.jpg'));
 
//use list on new array
 
list($width, $height, $type, $attr) = $my_image;

 
//view new array
 
print_r($my_image);

 
//spit out content
 
echo 'Attribute: '.$attr.'<br />';
  echo
'Width: '.$width.'<br />';
?>
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alexyam at live dot com
4 years ago
I wanted to use getimagesize() on .SWF files stored in the database as blob data and couldn't find a simple solution, so I created my own.

I am releasing this code under the MIT license to save everyone some time:

<?php
/*
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    PHP Blob Data As File Stream v1.0 (C) 2012 Alex Yam <alexyam@live.com>
    This code is released under the MIT License.
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    [Summary]

    A simple class for PHP functions to read and write blob data as a file
    using a stream wrapper.

    Particularly useful for running getimagesize() to get the width and
    height of .SWF Flash files that are stored in the database as blob data.

    Tested on PHP 5.3.10.

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------   
    [Usage Example]

    //Include
        include('./blob_data_as_file_stream.php');

    //Register the stream wrapper
        stream_wrapper_register("BlobDataAsFileStream", "blob_data_as_file_stream");

    //Fetch a .SWF file from the Adobe website and store it into a variable.
    //Replace this with your own fetch-swf-blob-data-from-database code.
        $swf_url = 'http://www.adobe.com/swf/software/flash/about/flashAbout_info_small.swf';
        $swf_blob_data = file_get_contents($swf_url);
   
    //Store $swf_blob_data to the data stream
        blob_data_as_file_stream::$blob_data_stream = $swf_blob_data;
   
    //Run getimagesize() on the data stream
        $swf_info = getimagesize('BlobDataAsFileStream://');
        var_dump($swf_info);

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    [Usage Output]

    array(5) {
      [0]=>
      int(159)
      [1]=>
      int(91)
      [2]=>
      int(13)
      [3]=>
      string(23) "width="159" height="91""
      ["mime"]=>
      string(29) "application/x-shockwave-flash"
    }

*/

class blob_data_as_file_stream {

    private static
$blob_data_position = 0;
    public static
$blob_data_stream = '';

    public static function
stream_open($path,$mode,$options,&$opened_path){
        static::
$blob_data_position = 0;
        return
true;
    }

    public static function
stream_seek($seek_offset,$seek_whence){
       
$blob_data_length = strlen(static::$blob_data_stream);
        switch (
$seek_whence) {
            case
SEEK_SET:
               
$new_blob_data_position = $seek_offset;
                break;
            case
SEEK_CUR:
               
$new_blob_data_position = static::$blob_data_position+$seek_offset;
                break;
            case
SEEK_END:
               
$new_blob_data_position = $blob_data_length+$seek_offset;
                break;
            default:
                return
false;
        }
        if ((
$new_blob_data_position >= 0) AND ($new_blob_data_position <= $blob_data_length)){
            static::
$blob_data_position = $new_blob_data_position;
            return
true;
        }else{
            return
false;
        }
    }

    public static function
stream_tell(){
        return static::
$blob_data_position;
    }

    public static function
stream_read($read_buffer_size){
       
$read_data = substr(static::$blob_data_stream,static::$blob_data_position,$read_buffer_size);
        static::
$blob_data_position += strlen($read_data);
        return
$read_data;
    }

    public static function
stream_write($write_data){
       
$write_data_length=strlen($write_data);
        static::
$blob_data_stream = substr(static::$blob_data_stream,0,static::$blob_data_position).
           
$write_data.substr(static::$blob_data_stream,static::$blob_data_position+=$write_data_length);
        return
$write_data_length;
    }

    public static function
stream_eof(){
        return static::
$blob_data_position >= strlen(static::$blob_data_stream);
    }

}
?>
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webmaster AT theparadox DOT org
13 years ago
I figured others have wanted to scale an image to a particular height or width while preserving the height/width ratio. So here are the functions I wrote to accomplish this. Hopefully they'll save somebody else the five minutes it took to write these.

You give the filename and the dimension you want to use, and these functions return the opposite dimension:

function scale_to_height ($filename, $targetheight) {
   $size = getimagesize($filename);
   $targetwidth = $targetheight * ($size[0] / $size[1]);
   return $targetwidth;
}
         
function scale_to_width ($filename, $targetwidth) {
   $size = getimagesize($filename);
   $targetheight = $targetwidth * ($size[1] / $size[0]);
   return $targetheight;
}
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Jesus Zamora
5 years ago
Returns a array with 4 elements.
The 0 index is the width of the image in pixels.
The 1 index is the height of the image in pixels.
The 2 index is a flag for the image type:

1 = GIF, 2 = JPG, 3 = PNG, 4 = SWF, 5 = PSD, 6 = BMP, 7 = TIFF(orden de bytes intel), 8 = TIFF(orden de bytes motorola), 9 = JPC, 10 = JP2, 11 = JPX, 12 = JB2, 13 = SWC, 14 = IFF, 15 = WBMP, 16 = XBM.

The 3 index contains ' height="yyy" width="xxx" '
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Coodiss at w3bbix dot net
11 years ago
Heres a easy way to scale images to the <td> that they are in
*this is broken up so anyone can understand it :)

<?
$imageinfo
= getimagesize("images/picture.jpg");
         
$ix=$imageinfo[0];
$iy=$imageinfo[1];

$widthscale = $ix/175//<TD> WIDTH
$heightscale = $iy/175; //<TD> HEIGHT

if($widthscale < 1)
$nwidth = $ix*$widthscale;
else
$nwidth = $ix/$widthscale;

if(
$heightscale < 1)
$nheight = $iy*$heightscale;
else
$nheight = $iy/$heightscale;

?>
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info at alex-lawrence dot com
8 years ago
Could be useful (didn´t know where to post it):

function getImageErrors( $filename, $type = "", $minWidth = 0, $minHeight = 0, $maxWidth = 0, $maxHeight = 0, $maxFileSize = 0 )
{
    $errors = array();
    if ( file_exists( $filename ) )
    {
        $ending = substr( $filename, strpos( $filename, "." ) );
        if ( is_array( $type ) )
        {
            $isTypeOf = false;
            foreach( $type as $eachtype )
            {
                if ( $ending == $eachtype )
                {
                    $isTypeOf = true;
                }
            }
            if ( ! $isTypeOf )
            {
                $errors[ 'type' ] = $ending;
            }
        }
        elseif ( $type != "" )
        {
            if ( $ending != $type )
            {
                $errors[ 'type' ] = $ending;
            }
        }
        $size = getimagesize( $filename );
        if ( $size[ 0 ] < $minWidth )
        {
            $errors[ 'minWidth' ] = $size[ 0 ];
        }
        if ( $size[ 1 ] < $minHeight )
        {
            $errors[ 'minHeight' ] = $size[ 1 ];
        }
        if ( ( $maxWidth > $minWidth ) && ( $size[ 0 ] > $maxWidth ) )
        {
            $errors[ 'maxWidth' ] = $size[ 0 ];
        }
        if ( ( $maxHeight > $minHeight ) && ( $size[ 1 ] > $maxHeight ) )
        {
            $errors[ 'maxHeight' ] = $size[ 1 ];
        }
        if ( ( $maxFileSize > 0 ) && ( filesize( $filename ) > $maxFileSize ) )
        {
            $errors[ 'maxFileSize' ] = filesize( $filename );
        }
    }
    else
    {
        $errors[ 'filename' ] = "not existing";
    }
    return ( count( $errors ) > 0 ? $errors : null );
}
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cloned at clonedmadman dot com
8 years ago
Well, I am making a script which will resize the image when uploaded, however, i am making a multi-uploader, so i came across with a problem: an efficient way of getting a pictures height and width and storing them in an array to resize later. This is what i came up with:

<?php
$links
= array("test1.jpg", "test2.png");
$sizearray = array();
$count = count($links);
for(
$i = 0; $i < $count; $i++) {
   
$size = getimagesize($links[$i]);
    list(
$width, $height) = $size;
   
$sizearray[$links[$i]] = array("width" => $width, "height" => $height);
}
print_r($sizearray);
// which will print out: Array ( [test1.jpg] => Array ( [width] => 300 [height] => 400 ) [test2.png] => Array ( [width] => 680 [height] => 100 ) )
?>
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pfarthing at hotmail dot com
9 years ago
Correction: to find $y2 it should be...

// set y side to a proportional size
$y2 = $m * $x_max; // not $x1

Thanks Norbert =)
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info at personalmis dot com
9 years ago
Seems the various ways people are trying to proportionaly scale an image, up or down, could be more straight forward if one remembers ones algebra.

The formula is, y = mx, where m is the slope of the line. This is the ratio of y:x or m = y/x.

So if...

// max values for x and y
$y_max = 600;
$x_max = 800;

// image size
$y1 = 2000;
$x1 = 3000;

// use width for scaling
if ($x1 > $x_max)
{
    // find slope
    $m = $y1/$x1;
    // set x side to max
    $x2 = $x_max;
    // set y side to a proportional size
    $y2 = $m * $x1;
}

The new image proportionally scaled will be x2 = 800, y2 = 533 (rounded).

To do it from the y side, simply reverse the x's and y's.
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ajreading at classixshop dot com
11 years ago
A simple piece of code i wrote to proportionally resize an image to a max height and width then display it

<?php
// Max height and width
$max_width = 100;
$max_height = 100;

// Path to your jpeg

$upfile '/path/to/file.jpg';
   
Header("Content-type: image/jpeg");
   
   
$size = GetImageSize($upfile); // Read the size
         
$width = $size[0];
         
$height = $size[1];
         
         
// Proportionally resize the image to the
          // max sizes specified above
         
         
$x_ratio = $max_width / $width;
         
$y_ratio = $max_height / $height;

          if( (
$width <= $max_width) && ($height <= $max_height) )
          {
              
$tn_width = $width;
              
$tn_height = $height;
          }
          elseif ((
$x_ratio * $height) < $max_height)
          {
              
$tn_height = ceil($x_ratio * $height);
              
$tn_width = $max_width;
          }
          else
          {
              
$tn_width = ceil($y_ratio * $width);
              
$tn_height = $max_height;
          }
    
// Increase memory limit to support larger files
    
    
ini_set('memory_limit', '32M');
    
    
// Create the new image!
    
$src = ImageCreateFromJpeg($upfile);
    
$dst = ImageCreateTrueColor($tn_width, $tn_height);
    
ImageCopyResized($dst, $src, 0, 0, 0, 0, $tn_width, $tn_height, $width, $height);
    
ImageJpeg($dst);
// Destroy the images
ImageDestroy($src);
ImageDestroy($dst);
?>
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mail at soylentgreens dot com
11 years ago
How about this for cropping images...

<?php

$imgfile
= "img.jpg";
$cropStartX = 300;
$cropStartY = 250;
$cropW   = 200;
$cropH   = 200;

// Create two images
$origimg = imagecreatefromjpeg($imgfile);
$cropimg = imagecreatetruecolor($cropW,$cropH);

// Get the original size
list($width, $height) = getimagesize($imgfile);

// Crop
imagecopyresized($cropimg, $origimg, 0, 0, $cropStartX, $cropStartY, $width, $height, $width, $height);

// TODO: write code to save new image
// or, just display it like this:
header("Content-type: image/jpeg");
imagejpeg($cropimg);

// destroy the images
imagedestroy($cropimg);
imagedestroy($origimg);

?>
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cstdenis at hotmail dot com
12 years ago
This will not work for swf files unless zlib is compiled into php statically (not as a shared module). Bug #29611

As of PHP 5.0.0 it will just return false, but that should change to a notice by the next release.
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Steve
5 years ago
The list of defined IMAGETYPE_ constants is on the manual page for exif_imagetype:

http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.exif-imagetype.php
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Nikki
6 years ago
This should be easy, but I've re-solved the problem so many times.  Hopefully this is useful:

<?php
// Usage example to find the proper dimensions to resize an image down to 300x400 pixels maximum:
list($width, $height) = getimagesize($image);
$new_dimensions = resize_dimensions(300,400,$width,$height);

// Calculates restricted dimensions with a maximum of $goal_width by $goal_height
function resize_dimensions($goal_width,$goal_height,$width,$height) {
   
$return = array('width' => $width, 'height' => $height);
   
   
// If the ratio > goal ratio and the width > goal width resize down to goal width
   
if ($width/$height > $goal_width/$goal_height && $width > $goal_width) {
       
$return['width'] = $goal_width;
       
$return['height'] = $goal_width/$width * $height;
    }
   
// Otherwise, if the height > goal, resize down to goal height
   
else if ($height > $goal_height) {
       
$return['width'] = $goal_height/$height * $width;
       
$return['height'] = $goal_height;
    }
   
    return
$return;
}
?>
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shmohel at gmail dot com
8 years ago
Rather than making a lengthy function that essentially runs twice (once as width, once as height) I came up with a helpful function that uses variable variables to set a maximum height/width. Hope someone finds this helpful.

function scaleimage($location, $maxw=NULL, $maxh=NULL){
    $img = @getimagesize($location);
    if($img){
        $w = $img[0];
        $h = $img[1];

        $dim = array('w','h');
        foreach($dim AS $val){
            $max = "max{$val}";
            if(${$val} > ${$max} && ${$max}){
                $alt = ($val == 'w') ? 'h' : 'w';
                $ratio = ${$alt} / ${$val};
                ${$val} = ${$max};
                ${$alt} = ${$val} * $ratio;
            }
        }

        return("<img src='{$location}' alt='image' width='{$w}' height='{$h}' />");
    }
}
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diablx at hotmail dot com
12 years ago
I'm sorry for they other scripts, but I made one mistake about the image resizing... here is a working script !
<?
   
// Some configuration variables !
   
$maxWidth = 90;
   
$maxHeight = 90;
   
$maxCols = 8;
   
$webDir = "https://localhost/images/";
   
$localDir = $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT']."/images/";

   
$AutorisedImageType = array ("jpg", "jpeg", "gif", "png");
?>

<center>
<table border='1' cellspacing='5' cellpadding='5' style="border-collapse:collapse; border-style: dotted">
<tr>
   <?
  
// Open localDir
  
$dh = opendir($localDir);
   while (
false !== ($filename = readdir($dh))) {
      
$filesArray[] = $filename;
   }

  
// Display and resize
  
foreach ($filesArray as $images) {
  
      
$ext = substr($images, strpos($images, ".")+1, strlen($images));
      
       if(
in_array($ext, $AutorisedImageType) ) {

           list(
$width, $height, $type, $attr) = @getimagesize( $localDir.$images );

           
$xRatio = $maxWidth / $width;
           
$yRatio = $maxHeight / $height;
           
            if ( (
$width <= $maxWidth) && ($height <= $maxHeight) ) {
             
$newWidth = $width;
             
$newHeight = $height;
            }
            else if ((
$xRatio * $height) < $maxHeight) {
             
$newHeight = ceil($xRatio * $height);
             
$newWidth = $maxWidth;
            }
            else {
             
$newWidth = ceil($yRatio * $width);
             
$newHeight = $maxHeight;
            }
          
           if(
$i == $maxCols) {
               echo
"</tr><tr>";
              
$i = 0;
           }
           echo
"<td align='center' valign='middle' width='$maxWidth' height='$maxHeight'><img src='".$webDir.$images."' width='$newWidth' height='$newHeight'></td>";
          
$i++;
       }
   }
?>
</tr>
</table>
</center>
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utilmind
5 years ago
Here is the function which determines whether the PNG image contains alpha or not:

<?php
function is_alpha_png($fn){
  return (
ord(@file_get_contents($fn, NULL, NULL, 25, 1)) == 6);
}
?>

The color type of PNG image is stored at byte offset 25. Possible values of that 25'th byte is:
* 0 - greyscale
* 2 - RGB
* 3 - RGB with palette
* 4 - greyscale + alpha
* 6 - RGB + alpha
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simon dot waters at surevine dot com
1 year ago
Note: getimage size doesn't attempt to validate image file formats

It is possible for malformed GIF images to contain PHP and still have valid dimensions.

Programmers need to ensure such images are validated by other tools, or never treated as PHP or other executable types (enforcing appropriate extensions, avoiding user controlled renaming, restricting uploaded images to areas of the website where PHP is not enabled).

http://ha.ckers.org/blog/20070604/passing-malicious-php-through-getimagesize/
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chris at ocportal dot com
4 years ago
Note that animated gifs may have frames width different dimensions. This function will not get the first frame's width/height. GIFs define "Logical Screen Descriptor" dimensions, which are the maximum for all frames.

To get the screen descriptor dimensions, use:

<?php
$header
= unpack('@6/vwidth/vheight', $binaryData);
// $header['width'] and $header['width'];
?>
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user at example dot net
8 years ago
When validating images, allways check both, image type *AND* file extension!

Because most image types allow sections for comments or other irrelevant data. Those section can be used to infiltrate php code onto the server. If these files are stored as sent by the client, files with a ".php" extension can be executed and do tremendous harm.
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paul at goldenbakery dot nl
11 years ago
Note that the canvas of a Flash movie can not be empty for getimagesize() to read the dimensions of an SWF. Not sure if this is a bug, a feature or just a limitation of the SWF format.

Flash version does not seem to matter. Also tested with Flash 8 beta.
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anonymous
8 years ago
Note that if you specify a remote file (via a URL) to check the size of, PHP will first download the remote file to your server.

If you're using this function to check the size of user provided image links, this could constitute a security risk.  A malicious user could potentially link to a very large image file and cause PHP to download it.  I do not know what, if any, file size limits are in place for the download.  But suppose the user provided a link to an image that was several gigabytes in size?

It would be nice if there were a way to limit the size of the download performed by this function.  Hopefully there is already a default with some sensible limits.
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