Smart Image Processor ASP 2 Manual
Smart Image Processor ASP 2 is DMXzone’s most powerful Image Resize, Enhancement and Manipulation extension that allows you to quickly and easily process multiple images, create thumbnails, use image options such as crop, flip, rotate, sharpen and blur, or create grayscale images. You can even brand your image by including a watermark or text.
Amazing Image Manipulation
Let the user upload all sorts of images and then resize, crop and improve image quality automatically on the server. The extension can process images uploaded by Pure Upload 2 and 3, stored in a Recordset or folder.
Add text to your images
Now you can print any text on your image, even watermark text! This extension allows you to set rich text options, set text overlays, color and alignment to brand your image any way you like to.
You can also add watermark image and set options such as opacity options, color keying and positioning. Be creative and use this option and the many other text options for multiple purposes. For example now you can brand your images with your site logo or captions.
Q: I'm getting the following error: Could not write the file "path/filename" make sure that ASP.NET does have write permissions in the folder. Or I'm getting another write permissions error.
A: ASP.Net runs with a different user then classic ASP. Classic ASP uses the user IUSR_xxx, for ASP.Net a new user called ASPNET (IIS_WPG in Windows 2003) has been created. You should give this user full access to the image folder.
When Your server is configured as a domain server then the ASPNET user is not available, you have to use the IWAM_xxx instead for ASP.Net 1.1 or later. See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315158/ for more information.
In addition you can secure your folder from executing uploaded scripts by disabling Execute rights from within IIS.
See for more info: http://www.asp.net/security.aspx
See also: http://www.dmxzone.com/go?11158
Q: Some of the Image Manipulation options do not work, what should I do?
A: To view your server settings and the installed components on your server, enter the following text behind your browser URL: ?sipinfo=true so you can see what effects are supported by your server component, ASP.NET should support all effects. If the URL does net end with .asp use &sipinfo=true.
Q: What should I do before contacting support?
A: Before contacting support add ?sipdebug=true to your URL in the browser so you can see what is wrong
If the URL does net end with .asp use &sipdebug=true.