Set output image size limits when rendering to PNG/JPG

GroupDocs.Viewer also provides the feature to set limits for width/height for the output image. Follow the below steps to achieve this functionality. If you set MaxWidth/MaxHeight options, if the image exceeds one of these limits - it will be resized proportionally.

  • Instantiate the Viewer object;

  • Instantiate the  PngViewOptions or JpgViewOptions;

  • Set MaxWidth and/or MaxHeight values;

  • Call View method.

  • The following code sample shows how to set the output image size limits when rendering the document.

using (Viewer viewer = new Viewer("sample.jpg"))
{
    JpgViewOptions viewOptions = new JpgViewOptions("result_{0}.jpg");
    //PngViewOptions viewOptions = new PngViewOptions("result_{0}.png");
    
    viewOptions.MaxWidth = 800;
    viewOptions.MaxHeight = 600;

    viewer.View(viewOptions);
}

PngViewOptions and JpgViewOptions implement special interface IMaxSizeOptions, which contain properties for size limits.

/// <summary>
/// Limits of image size options interface. 
/// </summary>
public interface IMaxSizeOptions
{
    /// <summary>
    /// Max width of an output image in pixels.
    /// </summary>
    int MaxWidth { get; set; }

    /// <summary>
    /// Max height of an output image in pixels.
    /// </summary>
    int MaxHeight { get; set; }
}

Note: If you set Width/Height in options, MaxWidth/MaxHeight options will be ignored.

If you want to render single image to PDF/HTML, please refer to the following article.

More resources

GitHub Examples

You may easily run the code above and see the feature in action in our GitHub examples:

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