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This Utility API lets you resize any image image either in png, jpeg or jpg formats.
This API can be useful for optimizing images for a variety of applications, improving performance, and enhancing the overall visual experience. This can reduce the file size, which can be beneficial for web or email applications where smaller file sizes are desirable. Resizing an image can make it compatible with a wider range of devices and applications, such as mobile devices with smaller screens or applications with specific image size requirements.
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input file: output file

Request example

curl --location --request POST 'https://api.apyhub.com/processor/image/resize/file?output=test-sample.png&width=100&height=100&auto_orientation=false' \
--header 'apy-token: {{token}}' \
--form 'image=@"stock-photo.jpg"'
Method: POST
Content Type: multipart/form-data
Query Parameter(s)
outputStringNoThe name of the output file, defaults to output.png.
widthIntegerYesThe width, in pixels, to which you want to resize the image.
heightIntegerYesThe height, in pixels, to which you want to resize the image.
auto_orientationBooleanNoIf auto_orientation is set to true, it will enable the API to read the Exif data (if available) and automatically rotate the image based on the orientation information in the Exif metadata, by default it is false.
Request Body
imageFileYesthe source image file
Sample Response
The method returns the resized image in the output file mentioned in the URI.

HTTP Response Codes

The method may return one of the following HTTP status codes:
Status CodeDescription
200The request was successful.
401Required authentication information is either missing or not valid for the resource.
400Invalid input - the image file is corrupt or the height and width are not provided.
500If any unexpected error occurs while processing the request.


All requests to ApyHub services need to be authenticated, currently we support tokens or basic authentication mechanisms. You can generate and view your existing credentials from workspace settings (on the left side of the navbar) and go to applications.
Points to note:
  • Credential secrets are generated on the fly and are not stored in plain text, so on generating a credential please save the secrets somewhere safe.
  • Use the apy-token as the header parameter to pass the token.
  • Use the Authorization header to send the basic authentication credentials.

Error codes

"error": {
"code": 105,
"message": "Invalid URL"
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