53 packages returned for Tags:"ImageResizer"

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Installs ImageResizer module by (carefully) modifying Web.Config. Docs: http://imageresizing.net/ Support: http://imageresizing.net/support ## 30+ plugins available Search 'ImageResizer' on nuget.org, or visit imageresizing.net to see 40+ plugins. Some offer 4-30x performance improvements; some... More information
Lightweight HttpModule, REST API, and managed API for *safe* and highly-optimized server-side image processing. Docs: http://imageresizing.net/ Support: http://imageresizing.net/support Works with .NET 4.5.1+, ASP.NET WebForms, MVC 1-4, WebAPI, Routing, IIS 7, 7.5, & 8, 8.1 and nearly all... More information
Replaces .NET's default GIF and 8-bit PNG encoding with high-quality Octree Quantization and multi-pass dithering support. Docs: http://imageresizing.net/plugins/prettygifs Support: http://imageresizing.net/support Requires license, see http://imageresizing.net/plugins ## 30+ plugins... More information
Enables ImageResizer to access and process images from Azure. Docs: http://imageresizing.net/plugins/azurereader2 Support: http://imageresizing.net/support Requires license, see http://imageresizing.net/plugins ## 30+ plugins available Search 'ImageResizer' on nuget.org, or visit... More information
TinyCache provides a fixed-size (30MB) disk cache. TinyCache is not compatible with the AsyncInterceptModule, only with InterceptModule. It is not as fast as the full DiskCache implementation, but does have the advantage of only using a fixed amount of disk space instead of a loose file count... More information
Adds support for processing animated GIFs, resizing/cropping/editing each frame automatically before re-composing them. Install and forget - no commands required. Docs: http://imageresizing.net/plugins/animatedgifs Support: http://imageresizing.net/support Requires license, see... More information
Apply grayscale, sepia, alpha, or brightness filters via the URL. * &s.grayscale=true|y|ry|ntsc|bt709|flat (true, ntsc, and y produce identical results) * &s.sepia=true * &s.alpha= 0..1 * &s.brightness=-1..1 * &s.contrast=-1..1 * &s.saturation=-1..1 * &s.invert=true Docs:... More information