PS to WEBP using Ruby

The Ruby gem for converting PostScript to WEBP images.

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PS to WEBP features

The Ruby SDK for converting PostScript PS to WEBP images.

ConvertAPI Ruby library install

ConvertAPI provides a Ruby Gem that allows you to perform a PS to WEBP conversion with just a few lines of code. First, install the ConvertAPI Ruby SDK:

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
gem 'convert_api'

Authenticate your Ruby library

You can obtain your secret key by signing up for a free account. Once you sign up, you'll receive 250 free conversions instantly! Grab your authentication secret from the account dashboard, and authenticate the ConvertAPI Ruby library like this:

# get your secret key here: https://www.convertapi.com/a/auth
ConvertApi.configure do |config|
   config.api_secret = 'your-api-secret'
end

Convert PS to WEBP using Ruby in no time!

Once you have your authentication in place, simply copy-paste this ps to webp conversion code snippet into your Ruby project:

// Code snippet is using the ConvertAPI JavaScript Client: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-js

// Code snippet is using the ConvertAPI Node.js Client: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-nodejs

// Code snippet is using the ConvertAPI PHP Client: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-php

// Code snippet is using the ConvertAPI Java Client: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-java

// Code snippet is using the ConvertAPI C# Client: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-dotnet

# Code snippet is using the ConvertAPI Ruby Client: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-ruby

# Code snippet is using the ConvertAPI Python Client: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-python

// Code snippet is using the ConvertAPI Go Client: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-go

REM Code snippet is using the command line utility program: https://github.com/ConvertAPI/convertapi-cli

<!-- For conversions with the multiple file result please refer to this example: https://repl.it/@ConvertAPI/HTML-Form-with-multiple-file-result -->

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You can try out advanced conversion parameters and test the conversion result online using our interactive demo tool. This tool will produce the same conversion output as if you were using the library from your solution, and it will auto-generate the code snippet for you!

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Conversion parameters

ImageResolutionH Integer

Set output image horizontal resolution in dpi.

ImageResolutionV Integer

Set output image vertical resolution in dpi.

ScaleImage Bool

Scale the output image. If ScaleImage is False output document will be stripped to ImageHeight / ImageWidth, if ScalePage is True output document will be scaled to ImageHeight / ImageWidth.

ScaleProportions Bool

Constrain proportions when scaling the output image.

ScaleIfLarger Bool

Scaling only if the input image is larger than the output.

ImageHeight Integer

Image height in pixels.

ImageWidth Integer

Image width in pixels.

TextAntialiasing Collection

Control the use of text subsample antialiasing. The subsampling box size should be 4 bits for optimum text antialiasing, but smaller values can be used for faster rendering.

Values:   0 1 2 4

GraphicsAntialiasing Collection

Control the use of graphics content subsample antialiasing. The subsampling box size should be 4 bits for optimum graphics content antialiasing, but smaller values can be used for faster rendering.

Values:   0 1 2 4

ImageInterpolation Bool

Specifies whether the image parser should use image interpolation. Enabling image interpolation will result in higher quality for scaled images at the expense of speed.

UseCIEColor Bool

Specifies whether the image parser should remap the device-dependent.

ImageQuality Integer

Set output image quality.

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