Image resizing

Resizing operations allow you to apply various transformations and deliver your images with the desired size. Below is a list of all operations. For more details, click on the respective operation.

Available operations

operation syntax description
width width=X sets the image width to X pixels
height height=X sets the image height to X pixels
prevent enlargement org_if_sml=1 prevents resizing if the target size is larger than the origin image
crop func=crop sets crop resize mode
gravity=X defines the part of the image to be retained when cropping
X = [north | south][east | west] | auto | X,Y
positionable crop tl_px=X,Y sets coordinates of the top left corner of the cropping rectangle
br_px=X,Y sets coordinates of the bottom right corner of the cropping rectangle
face crop func=face crops the image automatically focusing on the most prominent face
fit func=fit sets fit resize mode
bound func=bound sets bound resize mode
cover func=cover sets cover resize mode (distorts image proportions)
rotate r=X rotates the image to X degrees (counterclockwise)
trim trim=X trims a solid-colour border (if present), X is the aggressiveness of the operation

Do not hesitate to contact us if you need any additional operations not listed above.

Resize modes

When you specify both width and height, original image proportions can be either ignored or maintained. Also, you may choose to add padding to the image. Filerobot provides the following resize modes:


Keeps image proportions cutting the image to fit the defined width and height.


For more details, see the crop section.


Resizes the image keeping proportions adding padding to satisfy the desired dimensions.


You can see all padding options in the fit section.


Tries to resize the image while keeping proportions. Similar to fit but without padding.


For more details, see the bound section.


Resizes the image to the given width and height ignoring original image proportions.


For more details, see the cover section.

For troubleshooting purposes, you can add the ci_info=1 operation to view details about resizing and compression, example: /docs/hotel.jpg?w=400&ci_info=1