Hi, i'm converting images from the command line using the convert command of imagemagick, but want to switch over to php integrated magickwand, which is installed on my server. need help converting these command line convert command to internal php commands your output will be tested on 5 7megapixel files. based on the resize commands, they should resize down to a size no greater than the maximum dimensions for the thumbnail, it should resize, recenter by gravity, and crop down. you will get paid right away, if the file outtputs of the php functions are valid.
/usr/bin/convert $source_file -resize 720x720\> -interlace Line $output_file
/usr/bin/convert $source_file -resize 500x500\> -interlace Line $output_file
/usr/bin/convert $source_file -resize 450x450\> -interlace Line $output_file
/usr/bin/convert $source_file -resize 320x320\> -interlace Line $output_file
/usr/bin/convert $source_file -thumbnail x200 -resize '200x<' -resize 50% -gravity center -crop 90x80+0+0 +repage -quality 90 -strip -interlace Line $output_file
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