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    Talking Image format conversion


    I'm writing a plugin for images. I'm wondering if there's a php script or something like that out there that can convert a wide range of image formats to other formats. I'm trying to allow for the broadest number of image formats possible for upload by the user, which will probably be converted to jpeg or png's. Any ideas?
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    PHP can use the GD library and ImageMagick, which supports many more formats. Some servers may have one or both already installed.

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    I know about gd and imagemagick but I'm trying to translate more than just a handful of formats. More than what gd offers, at least.
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    So what's wrong with ImageMagick? What's your super-special format not supported by ImageMagick?
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