Hello. I have some problems using ImageMagick. Indeed, I am unable to read any image of any type. I read on this forum that it was because i. Hi, Im beginner in IM (my version ) i can’t use convert png i have “no decode delegate for this image format” 1/ i install libpng I develop a C/C++ program using ImageMagick(MagickWand, Magickcore). When I run the program, I see the error “No Decode Delegate For.
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Gerard ONeill 2, 23 After reinstalling the above packages jpeg appeared in the list. Reinstalling imagemagick was not enough–had to specify jpeg. Thanks for the help, I appreciate your support.
Error message This resulted in error identify: This will install all required libraries, such as the jpeg one. Hi, I got the same problem: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Although I’ve removed previous attempts, I get an error when identify jpg image, like this: This doesn’t seem to be valid syntax unbalanced quotes, at the leastso it’s not clear what was intended here, but it would be helpful.
For others that are having trouble getting the jpeg library installed on IM, here’s what I did: Unable to locate package libjpeg-devel Is there an easy way to get those libraries installed? If you’re building from source in order to help with development, then you should find out from the Imagemagick folks just what is required to succesfully build it from source. Rather confusing to get “no decode delegate” rather than “file not found”: This worked for me.
“no decode delegate for this image format JPEG” – ImageMagick
Otherwise, you might end up with delgeate. Done Building dependency tree Reading state information Well, you have the JPEG delegate and it says there is a problem. That’s like selling pizza without cheese or bread or tomato sauce.
If you decide to build ImageMagick from source, you need to be prepared to manually resolve imavemagick dependencies. Percy Sep 26 ’16 at Post as a guest Name. I had this error when rendering an image using DragonFly in Rails. Also, “Ubuntu 12” isn’t specific enough But the identify command was very useful. Even then, try every other option first.