New in V3.1
Allows you to edit PSD files (hide/show layers, change text layer contents, apply certain effects), and render them to jpeg, gif, or png dynamically. Works as an IVirtualImageProvider, so you can post-process the composed result with any of the other plugins or commands.
- Dynamically generating clickable maps based on search results
- Generating customized product simulations where users can change multiple product variables independently, or enter text for engraving.
High performance - under 400ms for test psds with 40+ layers.
More documentation coming soon - in the meantime, please contact email@example.com with questions
Install-Package ImageResizer.Plugins.PsdComposer in the NuGet package manager, or:
- Add ImageResizer.Plugins.PsdComposer.dll to your project
<add name="PsdComposer" />inside
Due to the complexity of the URL syntax, it's best to use the PsdCommandBuilder class to construct your URLs.
You can hide & show layers, change layer colors, and change text layer contents through PsdCommandBuilder.
If the URLs generated by PsdCommandBuilder get too long, you can use a Pipeline.Rewrite handler to read URLs from a database based off a querystring key, and eliminate the issue.
If this is over your head, email firstname.lastname@example.org and I can help you. 1 hour of my time ($95) is likely enough time to write the relevant code required for your PSD editing and composing needs.