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12-10-2020

Hi,

We have Dynamic Media configuration and image url without any parameters(https://xx.scene7.com/is/image/mycompany/image) is of 400*267, as a result we adding a preset to increase height and width which makes all images uniform in size. But our requirement is that images needs to be displayed with original dimensions. If scl=1 parameter is used for an image( with original dimensions width=8589 and height=5726, says illegal image size. If original dimension is not possible for such images, we might want to have same aspect ratio.

Any inputs on this would be highly helpful.

 

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@srikanthp689160  this is discussed here: https://helpx.adobe.com/in/experience-manager/scene7/kb/base/images-not-appearing-is/illegal-image-s...

@Vikas_Bharti  the documentation needs to be updated as we were following 4000x4000 limit as of now.