I’m happy to announce the newest version of thumbor 7.0.0! It got release a while ago,
but I didn’t had time to update my docker images mvhirsch/thumber
since then. This weekend I finally spent time updating the whole image, rebuilding it
from scratch to make it even more lightweight - reducing the size nearly to half
6-slim (770 MB) to
7:slim (390 MB)).
I managed to make it smaller by fixing some issues and dropping
ffmpeg from the base
image. That said,
ffmpeg isn’t needed by default, since it’s only used by the
gifv-optimizer, which itself isn’t enabled by default.
If you want to use the
thumbor.optimizer.gifv, you can just add it yourself by
building your own docker image and activate gifv:
FROM mvhirsch/thumbor:7-slim RUN apt-get update \ && apt-get install --yes --quiet --no-install-recommends ffmpeg \ && rm -rf /var/lib/apt/lists/* \ ENV OPTIMIZERS "['thumbor.optimizers.jpegtran', 'thumbor.optimizer.gifv']"
The newest versions are already available to download. Feel free to use them:
mvhirsch/thubmor:7-fundamentals comes pre-configured with an AWS S3 storage and pnquant and mozjpeg.
mozjpeg are the recommended image optimizers for the web, reducing file size without quality loss.
If you experience any issues, don’t hesitate and raise an issue on github.