PreProcessing in Paperclip

Hi.

If at all you want to do any kind of prepreocessing on attachments using paperclip then here is a simple(not wen i did it for the first time…) way of getting a TempFile object and doing whatever you want.

Here I set the size of image (actually reduce the original size into half)

 

class Passet < ActiveRecord::Base
attr_accessible :caption, :markup, :media_passet, :pcontent_id
has_attached_file :media_passet,
:styles => {

: original => {
:geometry => Proc.new { |instance| instance.set_size },
:quality => 10
}
}

belongs_to :pcontent

def set_size

ori_img =Paperclip::Geometry.from_file(self.media_passet.queued_for_write[:original].path)

“#{ori_img.width/2}x#{ori_img.height/2}”

end
end

Here I reduce the dimensions if the image and reduce the quality too.

This way, I can save a 1.1MB image as 39.2KB image,

It it what I required,and I hope this will give you a hint about your own application.

 

Hope it helps.

PS: there are many other(mayb elegant solutions) which can be found on paperclip github page whose link I have posted above.

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