We need to virtually frame a library of images into three different sets of frames in either portrait or landscape orientation.
We would like the software to be scalable and flexible enough to accept new frame designs – or stubs – to be used to create future images showing the library of images virtually framed in that frame design.
Provided here, each frame design is in its own folder. Contained in the folder is a blank stub – one for portrait and one for landscape orientation. Similarly, the standard input images and desired output images are contained in each of the folders
Each image for the 8x10 frames will be 540x684 pixels in 72 dpi or 684x540 pixels in 72 dpi depending on whether it is portrait or landscape.
Each image for the 5x7 framed will be 324x468 pixels in 72 dpi or 468x324 in 72dpi depending on whether it is portrait or landscape.
In all cases, the library image should be centered on the stub and saved as the original filename in a destination directory of the users choosing.
The user interface of the program should ask three questions:
1) What is the source image directory?
2) What is the destination directory?
3) What is the stub that you are using?
Once the user has entered input for each three questions, the program should perform error checking to make sure the source and destination are not equal, else, perform the requested action once the user hits a GO button.
This can be done either as 3 standalone executables to work with each of the designs, or it can be done in a streamlined manner to provide future scalability to new frame designs with similar assumptions on where the library image will land.
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