What is smart crop?
Smart crop returns an image focused around a user-specified point in the original image of a user-specified size.
How to use smart crop
To use this crop, the input image filename must end in
_focus-XXxYY.ext. Then use the
crop keyword with two arguments split by x's, as shown in the following example:
Smart crop example
- XX -- the x axis of the focal point, represented as a percentage value of the height of the original picture
- YY -- the y axis of the focal point, represented as a percentage value of the height of the original picture
- crop -- indicates that ITS should perform a crop
- WW -- a numerical pixel value representing the desired width of the output image
- HH -- a numerical pixel value representing the desired height of the output image
Original image: https://image.pbs.org/test/Sjk2Eqs-asset-mezzanine-16x9-0gsKw4z_focus-90x10.png
|Resize by:||Example URL||Dimensions returned||Image result|
|300 x 400||https://image.pbs.org/test/Sjk2Eqs-asset-mezzanine-16x9-0gsKw4z_focus-90x10.png?crop=300x400||300 x 400|