CHuck, they said imagemagick is installed. When I asked if my server had it enabled, the tech said "It doesn't need to be "enabled" for you. It is standard on all of the servers." So, it is on. But photopost Gallery will not take BMPs!
In your Photopost Admin is your processor set to Imagemagick. There is no issue with the software here if bmp does not work. It would be your server side Imagemagick install that much is sure. I have Imagemagick installed and bmp upload fine on my site. GD2 does not support bmp to my knowledge.
If you have your processor set to Imagemagick in global options and uploads work then you dont need to go any further.
You set which processor to use in Admin => Global Options.
You enter the path to mogrify in Admin => Config Settings
Your path entered should be
Yes, I have imagemagick selected right where I previously indicated in Global Options.
Chuck, just to be clear, earlier in this thread I posted that I had the following settings:
/usr/bin/mogrify in the Path for MOGRIFY executable
Then, just now, I went to go change it to what you just said, which adds the word "local:"
So, it is now set to exactly, literally, these words (I assume you meant "local" literally):
However, when I went to go upload a BMP I still get this error:
PIC.bmp: Uploaded file not found
Typical reason is that the file exceeded allowed limits.
I don't know what to do at this point. My host said:
There is no difference between your hosting and anyone else. Everyone has exactly the same. Its not like we compile a new "hosting package" for each account. The server has items installed on it and every account on the server has access to them.
Make sure you have your path to imagemagick correct, it should be: "/usr/local/bin"
Well Photopost does not control anything when it comes to processing of images. We can not control what types of images your server can handle. All we do is take an image that you upload send it to the servers image processor to be resized and then we store it in our data directory and insert a record in the database. The entire image manipulation is up to the processor not the program. Your server will process what types it can process. If bmp files do not work you can remove that as an acceptable image type in Admin => Upload Options.