Image Processing

Last updated: 2020-09-11 11:35:05

    Overview

    COS has integrated Cloud Infinite (CI), a one-stop professional multimedia solution that offers the image processing features outlined below. For more information, see Image Processing Overview.

    Service Feature Description
    Basic image processing service Scaling Proportional scaling, scaling image to target width and height, and more
    Cropping Cut (regular cropping), crop (scaling and cropping), iradius (inscribed circle cropping), and scrop (smart cropping)
    Rotation Adaptive rotation and common rotation
    Format conversion Format conversion, GIF optimization, and progressive display
    Quality conversion Changes the quality of images in JPG and WEBP formats
    Gaussian blur Blurs images
    Sharpening Sharpens images
    Watermarking Image watermarks, text watermarks
    Obtaining image information Basic information, EXIF data, average hue
    Removing metadata Includes EXIF data
    Quick thumbnail template Performs quick format conversion, scaling, and cropping to generate thumbnails
    Setting style Sets image styles to easily manage images for different purposes

    SDK API Reference

    For the parameters and method descriptions of all the APIs in the SDK, please see SDK API Reference.

    Using Image Processing when Uploading

    The following example shows how COS automatically processes an image when you upload it.

    Upon successful upload, COS will save both the original and processed images. You can obtain the processing result using a common download request.

    Sample code

    Objective-C

    QCloudPutObjectWatermarkRequest* put = [QCloudPutObjectWatermarkRequest new];
    
    // Object key, i.e. the full path of a COS object. If the object is in a directory, the path should be "dir1/object1"
    put.object = @"exampleobject";
    // Bucket name in the format: `BucketName-APPID`
    put.bucket = @"examplebucket-1250000000";
    
    put.body =  [@"123456789" dataUsingEncoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding];
    QCloudPicOperations * op = [[QCloudPicOperations alloc]init];
    
    // Indicate whether to return information on the original image. “0” (default): no; “1”: yes.
    op.is_pic_info = NO;
    QCloudPicOperationRule * rule = [[QCloudPicOperationRule alloc]init];
    
    // File path of the processing result. If it starts with “/”, the result is stored in the specified folder. Otherwise, it is stored in the same directory as the original image file.
    rule.fileid = @"test";
    

    Note:

    For the complete sample, go to GitHub.

    Swift

    let put = QCloudPutObjectWatermarkRequest<AnyObject>();
    
    // Object key, i.e. the full path of a COS object. If the object is in a directory, the path should be "dir1/object1"
    put.object = "exampleobject";
    // Bucket name in the format: `BucketName-APPID`
    
    put.bucket = "examplebucket-1250000000";
    put.body = "123456789".data(using: .utf8)! as NSData;
    let op = QCloudPicOperations.init();
    
    // Indicate whether to return information on the original image. “0” (default): no; “1”: yes.
    op.is_pic_info = false;
    
    let rule = QCloudPicOperationRule.init();
    
    // File path of the processing result. If it starts with “/”, the result is stored in the specified folder. Otherwise, it is stored in the same directory as the original image file.
    
    rule.fileid = "test";

    Note:

    For the complete sample, go to GitHub.

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