I’m resizing images with php gd. The result is image resources that i want to upload to Amazon S3. It works great if i store the images on disk first but i would like to upload them directly from memory. That is possible if i just know the bytesize of the image.
Is there some way of getting the size (in bytes) of an gd image resource?
You could use PHP’s memory i/o stream to save the image to and subsequently get the size in bytes.
What you do is:
$img = imagecreatetruecolor(100,100); // do your processing here // now save file to memory imagejpeg($img, 'php://memory/temp.jpeg'); $size = filesize('php://memory/temp.jpeg');
Now you should know the size
I don’t know of any (gd)method to get the size of an image resource.
I can’t write on php://memory with imagepng, so I use ob_start(), ob_get_content() end ob_end_clean()
$image = imagecreatefrompng('./image.png'); //load image // do your processing here //... //... //... ob_start(); //Turn on output buffering imagejpeg($image); //Generate your image $output = ob_get_contents(); // get the image as a string in a variable ob_end_clean(); //Turn off output buffering and clean it echo strlen($output); //size in bytes
This also works:
$img = imagecreatetruecolor(100,100); // ... processing ob_start(); // start the buffer imagejpeg($img); // output image to buffer $size = ob_get_length(); // get size of buffer (in bytes) ob_end_clean(); // trash the buffer
$size will have your size in bytes.
You might look at the following answer for help. It works for generic memory changes in php.
Although since overhead could be involved it might be more of an estimation.
Save the image file in the desired format to a tmp dir, and then use filesize() http://php.net/manual/de/function.filesize.php before uploading it to S3 from disk.