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I met one strange issue in Magento 2 - I’m trying to change default uploading image size from 800x1200 to 934x1400.

I modified view.xml and now uploaded images going straight to folder media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/934x1400/

<image id="product_page_main_image" type="image">
                <width>934</width>
                <height>1400</height>
</image>
<image id="product_page_main_image_default" type="image">
                <width>934</width>
                <height>1400</height>
</image>
<image id="product_page_image_large" type="image">
                <width>934</width><!-- 800 -->
                <height>1400</height><!-- 1090 -->
</image>
<image id="product_page_image_medium" type="image">
                <width>934</width><!-- 800 -->
                <height>1400</height><!-- 1090 -->
</image>

But their actual size is still 800x1200

Any ideas how to solve this issue? I can’t find any settings to modify default uploading image size.

  • Can you show your change to view.xml? – Aravona Nov 3 '16 at 14:31
  • <image id="product_page_main_image" type="image"> <width>934</width> <height>1400</height> </image> <image id="product_page_main_image_default" type="image"> <width>934</width> <height>1400</height> </image> <image id="product_page_image_large" type="image"> <width>934</width><!-- 800 --> <height>1400</height><!-- 1090 --> </image> <image id="product_page_image_medium" type="image"> <width>934</width><!-- 800 --> <height>1400</height><!-- 1090 --> </image> – Fred Orosko Dias Nov 3 '16 at 14:38
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There are two ways to change max resizing width & height of the image after uploading:

1) Magento\Framework\File\Uploader.php contain constants MAX_IMAGE_HEIGHT & MAX_IMAGE_WIDTH which is set to 1200 by default

2) magento/module-backend/view/adminhtml/templates/media/uploader.phtml contains PHP code for echo same constants MAX_IMAGE_HEIGHT and MAX_IMAGE_WIDTH. You can just hardcode your value instead these values.

  • Did you succeed overwide the Magento\Framework\File\Uploader.php class ? – Franck Garnier Nov 21 '16 at 10:52
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    I made module for this: bitbucket.org/fred_imgmedia/imageproccess – Fred Orosko Dias Nov 22 '16 at 13:59
  • For information your module do not manage all cases. Check my answer magento.stackexchange.com/questions/126420/… . Why do you not use your constant of your Uploader class inside template ? – Franck Garnier Nov 24 '16 at 10:17
  • Can you update your answer with these locations : vendor/magento/module-cms/view/adminhtml/templates/browser/content/uploader.phtml:103 vendor/magento/module-backend/view/adminhtml/templates/media/uploader.phtml:17 vendor/magento/module-configurable-product/view/adminhtml/web/js/variations/steps/bulk.js:317 – Franck Garnier Nov 24 '16 at 10:18
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Some clarification:

The upload image size limitation is done in multiple area :

Upload images on configurable product creation steps:

vendor/magento/module-configurable-product/view/adminhtml/web/js/variations/steps/bulk.js:317

Upload image for a product

vendor/magento/module-backend/view/adminhtml/templates/media/uploader.phtml:17

Upload image for CMS

vendor/magento/module-cms/view/adminhtml/templates/browser/content/uploader.phtml:103

Abstract class with the constant value

vendor/magento/framework/File/Uploader.php:138

To my mind Magento has not finished to implement correctly this feature because the value is harcoded for the configurable creation.

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You can issue command php bin/magento catalog:images:resize and see if that helps.

  • Already tried but no success – Fred Orosko Dias Nov 3 '16 at 15:07
  • It is not related to this cli command. The max image size is hardcoded from Magento. – Franck Garnier Mar 28 '17 at 13:53

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