Fast and Lean Image Processing Solution?

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bdharvey74
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Fast and Lean Image Processing Solution?

Post by bdharvey74 » 2019-01-14T09:20:16-07:00

Hello everyone,
We are looking for some advice, consulting and help with improving our current image processing solution. We are a t-shirt ecommerce company that sells licensed apparel to schools and teams across the US. Due to the nature of our business we need to produce or dynamically produce millions of images which combine designs with model shots (see images below) while making a photo realistic combination that takes into account wrinkles in the shirt, shadows etc.. While we have a current program that does this, the time and processing power it takes is far too high.

We are looking for a company or solution that can help us improve both the time to create and reduce the processing power needed to do this. If you think you can help or have suggestions of who we should talk to please let me know.

-Brad

Design: https://www.dropbox.com/s/l64xod3eau5oo ... n.png?dl=0
Model Shot: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2n1id9bip7qfi ... t.jpg?dl=0
Final: https://www.dropbox.com/s/959rxlon3yzpy ... .jpeg?dl=0

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Re: Fast and Lean Image Processing Solution?

Post by fmw42 » 2019-01-14T11:06:53-07:00

I have some tshirt processing ImageMagick scripts (in bash unix shell script format) that can be use from PHP exec(). You can find: tshirt, tshirtwarp, tshirtwarper at my web site http://www.fmwconcepts.com/imagemagick/index.html. However, I do not know if they will be faster than your current solution. The tshirt script is the basic one. The others can be used to improve performance once you have run tshirt on a give style shirt one time to save certain files and variable. There is also an Imagick conversion of my tshirt script that someone else is developing right now.

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Re: Fast and Lean Image Processing Solution?

Post by bdharvey74 » 2019-01-18T09:54:09-07:00

Hey fmw42,
Thank you so much for reaching out and we will definitely check it out.

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