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Support for ImageMagick and PerlMagick
ImageMagick is compatible with our Web hostings and our managed Cloud Servers. To use ImageMagick with the exec() function, you need to enable the exec() function of the site concerned, because the component is disabled by default for security reasons. Please note that the PHP imagick class is not currently supported on our shared web hostings.
Our hostings also support the Perl module, Image::Magick (its path is /usr/local/bin/convert), which you can use for example to convert a PDF file to a JPG image. You can use it without specifying the full path:
Alternatives to ImageMagick
- The GD 2.x library offers the same features as ImageMagick
- Gallery 2 is also compatible with our hostings