Is it possible to share ImageMagick files with others over a network drive (ex.: Z:), without having the users install ImageMagick?
ImageMagick works fine on my own machine as I used its binary installer and set up Windows environment variable ("MAGICK_HOME").
I tried using Python to auto setup the user's system environment variable, but even then when user types in command prompt:
convert c:\testA.psd c:\testB.png
it'll give an error:
convert.exe: no decode delegate for this image format 'PSD' @ error/constitute.c/ReadImage/501.
convert.exe: no images defined 'c:\testB.png' @ error/convert.c/ConvertImageCommand/3212.
and related error such as:
- System: Windows 7, 64bit
- ImageMagick version: 6.9.0-Q8
- ImageMagick folder contains many files, include CORE_RL_*.dll, dcraw.exe, ffmpeg.exe, convert.exe, compare.exe, etc. and "modules" folder
Some commands that help debug IM. I used
convert -list format
and it returns an empty list. So now I'm sure the user's IM isn't properly installed.
I was searching for answers more along the line of 'manually install ImageMagick' (not through binary installer) so i can know exactly what Windows settings I have to configure through Python. Then the link above (posted by Alex) shows what I want. And now I realized I did not configure the environment variable "CoderModulesPath". Now I'm going to try it out...