I would like to know how can I tell ZenPhoto that it should resize all the images (we upload) to 1600 px (at image's longest dimension) and throw away the original photos. The thing is that original photos can be 5000 pixels long or wide (while still being under 2 Mb filesize limit), and we would like GD to take care of the resizing.
We want to achieve the following workflow:
1) people will upload the images of different sizes and dimensions as a ZIP file to an album
2) ZenPhoto controls the files, and if any of them is bigger than 1600 px on either dimension, it resizes the image at quality 65 %
3) all the images appear in the album folder, and as the result of the above manipulations, there are no images with dimensions bigger than 1600 px. They all are resized, and the huge originals are deleted.
I have been searching everywhere for the solution, and the only thing I came upon was this thread http://www.zenphoto.org/support/topic.php?id=1774#post-10243 But I am not sure whether it is what I am looking for.
Thank you in advance for your help.
admin of http://behindthephoto.org
p.s.: I know that Coppermine had this function, but I switched from it, because I liked the simplicity and look of ZenPhoto.