Image sizes in Perl

If you need for figure out the size of an image, fetch Image::Size from CPAN , it’s just what you need. The module recognizes the most common image-formats such as JPG, GIF, PNG, PSD, TIFF and plenty more. The interface is simple and will get you what you need with no trouble at all. #!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use Image::Size; # Just fetch the size my ($size_x, $size_y) = Image::Size::imgsize('test.jpg'); print "Image is: $size_y x $size_x (height x width)\n"; # HTML-friendly format my $size = Image::Size::html_imgsize('test.

Reading Exif data with PHP

Within most photos from digital cameras besides the actual image, there’s a little ”information block” call EXIF data. If you have the correct PHP extension installed on your server – the one called ”exif” – it’s pretty easy to read the EXIF data and display them, as you like. First, let’s check if the extension is available? $load\_ext = get\_loaded\_extensions(); if (!in\_array(exif, $load\_ext)) { echo "Exif is NOT available"; } else { echo "Exif extension is available.