apply photo filter by default

Posted about 6 years by Etienne Renaud

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Etienne Renaud

 I assume that it's not possible to apply a photo filter, such as greyscale, by default to any uploaded photo?


Since we want to do laserengraving onto metal (which naturally isn't possible in color) we would like

all uploaded photos to automatically be converted into greyscale

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Alejandro Calderón García posted 8 months

4 years and the problem remains. The balck and white filter is another grayscale filter. For png with setting the filter with brightness 0 is enough to make it work. Is there any possibility to apply a custom filter?

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Muhammad Arif posted about 5 years

Hey, i have the same question too. We provide customized engraved products on our website. And engraving only supports black output. I tried defining the filter in the custom image options but it displayed something like this http://prntscr.com/h28hjrBut for engraving purpose we need some sketch effects once an image is uploaded by customer https://prnt.sc/h274w0


another issue, if i enable any filter under default element options, it sets all uploads on same effect while we need to set effects individually on products. Is there any solution you can provide? We are willing to get this app customized as per our needs. 

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rady kal

rady kal posted about 5 years Admin

You can define a default filter in the Custom Image Options under Default Element Options settings.

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Ignacio Morán posted about 5 years

Is it been updated? Does not appears the Fancy prodcut Designer Plugin to be updated to 3.5.4

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rady kal

rady kal posted about 5 years Admin

Included in V3.5.4

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Mark Di Santo posted about 5 years

This hopefully can be very easy to implement - we are in the same situation.  Laser engraved products require an online preview in greyscale. 

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Ignacio Morán posted about 5 years

Hi Etienne, same happens to me!

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