I’m working on a personal project (non-commercial) and running into an issue. I’m using the ‘Cover’ endpoint
and retrieving the url field. The URL I get back is:
This works for my site, as the image displays…however, it’s quite small. I noticed it says ‘thumb’ in the URL, but this is only URL that is stored, and I can’t seem to find documentation on how to get a larger version of the image.
Could someone point me in the right direction, or tell me what I should do to remedy this?
Edit: Including how it looks on the (barebones) site.
See the sizing chart.
t_thumb for the name of the size of image you want.
I appreciate the quick response! I see that works if I manually paste the URL as an image source…
However, I’m pushing the JSON URL response itself, which seems to always push the t_thumb variant, and I’m unaware how to change the body of that url key response from ‘t_thumb’ to say, ‘t_1080p’ (I’m using Postman API).
You need to manually find/replace on the URL string.
Or construct a URL using the
Such as what the breakdown says:
hash here is the
image_id in the API resonse.
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