(PECL imagick 2, PECL imagick 3)

Imagick::clipPathImageRecorta a lo largo de trazados nominados desde un perfil 8BIM


public Imagick::clipPathImage(string $pathname, bool $inside): bool

Recorta a lo largo de trazados nominados desde un perfil 8BIM, si está presente. Las operaiones posteriores toman efecto dentro del trazado. Puede ser un número si está precedido de #, para trabajar con un trazado numerado, p.ej., "#1" para usar el primer trazado.



El nombre del trazado


Si es true las operaciones posteriores toman efecto dentro del patrón de recorte. De otro modo, las operaciones toman efecto fuera del patrón de recorte.

Valores devueltos

Devuelve true en caso de éxito.


Lanza ImagickException en caso de error.

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Coleman Nitroy
16 years ago
I found Imagick::clipPathImage and Imagic::clipImage did not work as I had expected. I thought they would just clip the path and throw away the extra data and you are done. Not the case.

Here is how I was able to use a clipping path:

= new Imagick("/Path/To/Test/Image.psd");
$geometry = $img->getImageGeometry();

// Uses the first path as the clipping path
$img->clipPathImage("#1", false);

// Fill the clipped part with a color
$draw = new ImagickDraw();
$draw->color(0,0, imagick::PAINT_RESET);

// Composite the clipped image with the old image. Set the color of the composite to any color you want to be the outside part.
$composite = new Imagick($path);
$composite->newImage( $geometry['width'], $geometry['height'], new ImagickPixel("white"), 'png');
$composite->compositeImage($img, imagick::COMPOSITE_COPY, 0, 0);

Then doing any resizing or creating thumbnails from the resulting image disregarded all the previous commands so I "saved" it and started with a new Imagick object

// Copy the image so clip is "saved"
$clipped = new Imagick();

I'm sure there is a simpler way, but this took me awhile to get right and there were some hurdles to cross so I hope it is able to help someone on the way.

This is all the convert equivalent of:

$ convert Test.psd -fill white -colorspace rgb -draw "color 0 0 reset" -clip -colorspace rgb -draw "Image Copy 0,0 0,0 'Test.psd'" OutputFile.png
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