# Knowledge Base

## Platform

#### Fill

• With the below transformation you can ensure that as much of the image as possible remains visible. With the gravity you can set which part of the image shouldn't be cropped. Other sides still may be cropped depending on the entered dimensions. The aspect ratio is maintained. See the example below.

?io=transform:fill,width:100,height:200,gravity:center

Properties

Name

Type

Default Value

Range

Transformed image width in pixels

width

int

﹥0 and less than max width (max width = width of the base DAT derivative)

Transformed image height in pixels

height

int

﹥0 and less than max height (max height = width of the base DAT derivative)

Indicates which area to keep for the transformation. The other areas may be cropped.

gravity

sting

center

Center, top, topleft, topright, left, right, bottom, bottomleft, bottomright

#### Fit

With this transformation you can resize the image based on the specified parameters. The aspect ratio won't change. See the example below.

?io=transform:fit,width:200,height:200

Properties

Name

Type

Default Value

Required

Transformed image width in pixels

width

int

﹥0 and less than max width (max width = width of the base DAT derivative)

Yes

Transformed image height in pixels

height

int

﹥0 and less than max height (max height = width of the base DAT derivative)

Yes

#### Extend

With this transformation you can extend the image to the specified dimensions. See the example below.

?io=transform:extend,width:110,height:100

Name

Type

Default Value

Description

Range

Required

width

int

﹥0 and less than max width (max width = width of the base DAT derivative)

Fit the image (resize) to a box based on the specified width and height.

Yes

height

int

﹥0 and less than max height (max height = width of the base DAT derivative)

background

string

white

HTML color names (red, white, black, yellow) or HEX codes. Use auto to set the most dominant color inside the image as border color.

#### Scale

With this transformation you can scale the image to the specified width and height. The aspect ratio may change. See the example below.

?io=transform:scale,width:200,height:200

Name

Type

Default value

width

int

﹥0 and less than max width (max width = width of the base DAT derivative)

height

int

﹥0 and less than max height (max height = width of the base DAT derivative)

#### Crop

With this transformation you can crop a part of the image. See the example below.

?io=transform:crop,width:200,height:200

Name

Type

Default Value

Description

Range

Required

width

int

﹥0 and less than max width (max width = width of the base DAT derivative)

Yes

height

int

﹥0 and less than max width (max width = width of the base DAT derivative)

Yes

gravity

string

center

The crop will start from the specified area. This part of the image will remain and other areas may be cropped.

Center, top, topleft, topright, left, right, bottom, bottomleft, bottomright

No

shape

string

circle

This will change the crop to a round shape. Make sure width and height are set to the same dimensions in order to use a circle. Use different dimensions to use an oval.

No

background

string

white

HTML color names (red, white, black, yellow) or HEX codes. Use auto to set the most dominant color inside the image as border color.

No

blur

int

0

Blur the edge of the crop

0 to 100

No

#### Rotate

With this transformation you can rotate the image clockwise based on the specified degrees. See the example below.

?io=transform:rotate,angle:270

Name

Type

Default Value

Description

Range

Required

angle

int

0

Rotate the image by a certain angle in degrees, clockwise

0 < 360

Yes

#### Flip

With this transformation you can flip the image vertically. See the example below.

?io=transform:flip

#### Mirror

With this transformation you can flip the image horizontally. See the example below.

?io=transform:mirror

#### Border

With this transformation you can add a border around the image and specify the border width and border color. See the example below.

?io=transform:border,width:2,color:black

Name

Type

Description

Range

Required

width

int

The border width specified in pixels.

﹥0 and less than the maximum width of the DAT derivative

Yes

color

string

The color of the border

Specify the border color using HTML color names (red, white, black, yellow) or HEX codes. Use auto to set the most dominant color inside the image as border color.

No

#### Background

With this transformation you can change the background color of a transparent image. See the example below.

?io=transform:background,color:grey

Name

Type

Default Value

Range

Required

color

string

white

Specify the background color using HTML color names (red, white, black, yellow) or HEX codes. Use auto to set the most dominant color inside the image as border color.

Yes

Are you in the onboarding process or planning an import and do you need to send us your files? We will provide you with an encrypted external hard disk, where you can transfer your files to. You can then send it back to us and we will make sure the files are imported to your portal. By following the procedure below we will make sure your assets are safe at all times.

When you're in the onboarding process, contact your Onboarding Manager. Contact your Customer Success Manager if your portal is already live and you want to do an additional import. They will provide you with an empty encrypted external hard drive.

Once you have received the external hard drive, it's time to decrypt the disk and to copy your files.

To decrypt the hard drive, make use of VeraCrypt.

1. Click here to go to the Veracrypt website.

3. Once the download has finished, open Finder, go to Downloads and double-click the VeraCrypt_X.XX.dmg file. The installation package will open in a new screen.

4. Double-click VeraCrypt_Installer.pkg and the installation wizard will start.

5. If prompted, install the necessary dependencies first and resume the VeraCrypt installation process.

6. Read the introduction and click Continue.

7. Review the software license agreement and click Continue.

8. To agree with the license, click Agree.

9. Review the disk space requirements or change your install location, and then click Install.

10. If prompted, enter your Mac login credentials and click Install Sofware. (These are the credentials you use to login to your Mac)

Once the installation has finished, follow the steps below to transfer your assets to the hard drive.

1. Plug the external hard drive into your computer.

2. Open the VeraCrypt application.

3. Select one of the available slots where you want to mount the external hard drive.

4. To mount the drive, click Select Device.

6. Select the main partition of the external hard drive you want to mount and click OK. Normally the name of the main partition ends with the number 1.

7. Enter the password as provided by your Onboarding consultant and click OK.

8. The drive is now mounted and you can now start transferring your files to the external drive.

9. To browse the hard drive, double-click the slot where you mounted the drive or open your Finder and click the mounted drive under Devices in the left sidebar.

10. Use the Finder to go to your files and drag and drop or copy them to the external drive.

11. Once your files have been transferred to the external drive, go back to VeraCrypt, click the slot where the drive is mounted and click Dismount.

12. Your external drive is now safely removed. Unplug the device and send it back to Bynder, where it will be completely wiped. Contact your Onboarding Manager or Customer Success Manager for details on where you can send the drive to.

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1. To decrypt the hard drive, make use of VeraCrypt.

2. Click here to go to the Veracrypt website.

5. If prompted, click Yes to allow this app to make changes to your device and to start the installation wizard.

6. Select your preferred language and click OK.

7. Review the software license agreement and tick the I accept the license terms box to agree.

8. Tick your preferred installation method and click Next to proceed.

9. If necessary, change the installation directory, review the setup options and click Install to start the installation.

10. Once the installation has finished, click Finish and click Yes if you want to follow a beginner's tutorial.

Follow the steps below to transfer your assets to the hard drive.

1. Plug the external hard drive into your computer.

2. Open the VeraCrypt application.

3. Select one of the available slots where you want to mount the external hard drive.

4. To mount the drive, click Select Device.

5. Select the main partition of the external hard drive you want to mount and click OK. Normally the name of the main partition ends with the number 1.

6. Enter the password as provided by your Onboarding Manager and click OK.

7. The drive is now mounted and you can now start transferring your files to the external drive.

8. To browse the hard drive, double-click the slot where you mounted the drive or open your File Explorer and click the mounted drive under This PC in the left sidebar.

9. Use the File Explorer to go to your files and drag and drop or copy them to the external drive.

10. Once your files have been transferred to the external drive, go back to VeraCrypt, click the slot where the drive is mounted and click Dismount.

11. Your external drive is now safely removed. Unplug the device and send it back to Bynder, where it will be completely wiped. Contact your Onboarding Manager or Customer Success Manager for details on where you can send the drive to.

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