Re: modifying resolution in NCL-produced PNG output

From: Gerry Creager <gerry.creager_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Sat, 16 Aug 2008 09:53:29 -0500

Good Morning, Dennis,

If I do that, then I might as well go through the older method of
creating PS and then converting. I was trying to create a web-ready
graphic directly.

I'm not pleased with the various undocumented changes in ImageMagick
I've already had to work though for other processes where I already have
to use "convert" to go to user-mandated formats for some web services.
A bad release (like 2.3.0 recently) can cause me days of grief.

If there's a way to change resolution within NCL that'd be wonderful.
If not, I'll fall back to "convert" and be quiet again!

Thanks, Gerry

Dennis Shea wrote:
> GC .... Could you not use "convert"?
> system("convert -density ... foo.png FOO.png")
> Gerry Creager wrote:
>> All,
>> I've been googling for an answer but the most informative I've I've
>> found involves PyNCL which I'm not using.
>> NCL has a bit of functionality to natively create PNGs. I need to see
>> if there's a way to change their resolution. I can't find one so far.
>> If there's a pointer, I'd appreciate it!
>> Thanks. Gerry

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