re-sizing the images results in corrupted image

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Sivaranjani Krishnan
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re-sizing the images results in corrupted image

Post by Sivaranjani Krishnan » 2018-03-13T06:30:40-07:00

Hi Team,

While re-sizing the images, some images are distorted, say for example half portion of the image is grey, but input image is proper.
We are facing this issue for random images and there is no similar properties for corrupted images.

Also if we try to re-process the same input image, it is giving proper output.
Please let us know, how to get rid of this issue.

We are using Image magick of version 6.7.2-7.

Thanks,
Sivaranjani Krishnan

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Re: re-sizing the images results in corrupted image

Post by snibgo » 2018-03-13T06:53:14-07:00

That version is very old. An upgrade may cure the problem.

"-synchronize" may cure the problem. See http://www.imagemagick.org/script/comma ... ynchronize

If those don't help, please post sample input and output. Does this happen with all output filetypes, or just JPG?
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Re: re-sizing the images results in corrupted image

Post by Sivaranjani Krishnan » 2018-03-13T23:47:21-07:00

Hi Team,

Please let us know, is there any known bug in the version what we are using currently?

For your information, it is not occurring for all the resized images and it is occasionally happening for some images.
This issue is appearing while converting JPEG image to JPEG.

We are unable to replicate this issue in lower environments.
Kindly let us know, if there are any patterns for this issue occurrence.

Thanks,
Sivaranjani.

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