Example 4

Our vendor provides an image of each product that we sell on our website. Each image is larger than we need, and has a filename that matches our item number.

Our website requires three square images of each item: a 100 pixel thumbnail, a 250 pixel medium image, and a 500 pixel large image. The website requires that the thumbnail filename end in "T", the medium image filename end in "M", and the large image filename end in "L".

To process these images we create a profile with three pages: one to create the thumbnail, one to create the medium image, and one to create the large image. The thumbnail page will set dimensions like this:

The thumbnail page will save the Destination file this way:

The Filename Filter \d matches digits in the item name. Any other characters are discarded. The Destination Filename includes <name>, which is the result of the Filename Filter (the item number), followed by "T".

If the source filename is 3091244, the destination filename will be 3091244T.

The medium and large pages are set up similarly.

Example 1 -
Example 2 - thumbnails
Example 3 - source filename filter
Example 4 - profile to process the same image three ways
Example 5 - profile with pages selected by filename