Image to Image Command Line Reference

Conversion from one image format to another image format.

usage: image2image [options] source
source
Source to be converted. It can be URL, path to a local file or '-' to use stdin as an input text.

Options

Conversion Format

-output_format
The format of the output file.
Allowed values:
  • png
  • jpg
  • gif
  • tiff
  • bmp
  • ico
  • ppm
  • pgm
  • pbm
  • pnm
  • psb
  • pct
  • ras
  • tga
  • sgi
  • sun
  • webp
Default: png

Image Operations

Settings used for operations with images.

-resize
Resize the image.
Default: 100%
Examples:
  • "200%"
  • "1024x768"
-rotate
Rotate the image.
Default: 0

Miscellaneous

-debug_log
Turn on the debug logging. Details about the conversion are stored in the debug log. The URL of the log can be obtained from the getDebugLogUrl method or available in conversion statistics.
Allowed values:
  • true, 1 or on
  • false, 0 or off
Default: False
-tag
Tag the conversion with a custom value. The tag is used in conversion statistics. A value longer than 32 characters is cut off.
Example:
  • "client-1234"
-http_proxy
A proxy server used by Pdfcrowd conversion process for accessing the source URLs with HTTP scheme. It can help to circumvent regional restrictions or provide limited access to your intranet.
Constraint:
  • The value must have format DOMAIN_OR_IP_ADDRESS:PORT.
Examples:
  • "myproxy.com:8080"
  • "113.25.84.10:33333"
-https_proxy
A proxy server used by Pdfcrowd conversion process for accessing the source URLs with HTTPS scheme. It can help to circumvent regional restrictions or provide limited access to your intranet.
Constraint:
  • The value must have format DOMAIN_OR_IP_ADDRESS:PORT.
Examples:
  • "myproxy.com:443"
  • "113.25.84.10:44333"