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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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. I fixed the problem by installing from source the jpeg encoding library available at http: If you decide to build ImageMagick from source, you need to be prepared to manually resolve all dependencies.

Unless you have a pressing need, you should install all software on Ubuntu from a repository — either the official repos or a PPA. If your reason for building from source is to get a more recent version, hunt for a PPA that tracks the most recent version.

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.

It might be that you need to specify some flag to. Oh, by the way, Red Hat and Ubuntu use different names for packages. So if yum complains about a missing package, it shouldn’t be surprising if apt-get imqge find a package by that name. You shouldn’t mix package managers on a system unless you have a really good reason to do so. Even then, try every other option first.


mogrify: no decode delegate for this image format (PNG) – ImageMagick

Note that the no decode delegate error can quite confusingly result from imagemagick or some part of it not finding the file. So before running to reinstall imagemagick, check with identify -list format and convert -list configure whether the JPEG format is supported, and if it is, the problem will probably be somewhere else.

If you have just installed php5-imagick, try also installing the full imagemagick package. This will install all required libraries, such as the jpeg one. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. After installing Imagemagick, I’ve tested it with jpg image, like this: Setting up Install Process No package libjpeg available.

No package libjpeg-devel available. Nothing to do I thought I need to update the apt-get, I did: Done Building dependency tree Reading state information Unable to locate package libjpeg E: Unable to locate package libjpeg-devel Is there an easy way to get those libraries installed?

I am using Ubuntu Samir Sabri 2 5 Why are you using yum? You should only install software with apt-get unless you really know what you’re doing!

Also, “Ubuntu 12” isn’t specific enough There are two versions of Ubuntu that start with “12”: Ubuntu versions are based on release date: Please be sure and specify! I have Imagmeagick Release It’s a really great answer there http: Percy Sep 26 ’16 at That’s like selling pizza without cheese or bread or tomato sauce.


This worked for me.

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I only installed the first jpegsrc from source and reinstalled ImageMagick via apt-get and it worked too. But normally, building from source just needlessly complicates things.

Just search the Software Center or Synaptic. Or thi tab completion on apt-get to discover the command: By the way, I strongly suggest that you remove all previous attempts to install imagemagick before you try to install using my method. Otherwise, you might end up with conflicts.

Although I’ve removed previous attempts, I get an error when identify jpg image, like this: Tgr 4 Epskampie 1 6. Rishi Kolvekar 1 3. I tried your solution, I got: Done libjpeg62 is already the newest version. But, I still get an error when identify jpg image: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Delebate. Email Required, but never shown. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

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