|The area that constrains the size of an image. Example: 400 pixels wide by 200 pixels high.|
Image Transformation Service.
The image receptacle hosted by PBS.
Content delivery network or content distribution network (CDN). A system of computers containing copies of data placed at various nodes of a network.
A series of parameters appended to the end of a url string to enable resize functionality. Example: .resize.380x212.jpg
The url indicator that tells ITS a resize is being requested and to crop the image according to the bounding box dimensions. The crop feature crops an image from the center of the image. Learn more
|.focalcrop||The url indicator that tells ITS an image should be resized and cropped from an assigned focal point. Learn more|
The numerical value for the desired height of the resized image. Example (height is in bold): resize.400x100.jpg
.jpg / .gif png / webp
The file extensions supported by ITS. The file extension should be written after the original image path and at the end of the decorator. Example (in bold): http://image.pbs.org/demo/filename.jpg.resize.380x212.jpg
An image hosted by ITS.
A very large, high resolution image that is at least 1920 pixels wide x 1080 pixels high with a 16:9 ratio.
A logical grouping of image files and where those files are located. Must be requested from a PBS User.
The url indicator that tells ITS a resize is being requested and to keep the image aspect ratio intact. Example: resize.400x100.jpg
The numerical value for the desired width of the resized image. Example (width is in bold): resize.400x100.jpg