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Good day,

I have this code which upload an image to Google drive from file, everything works well:
C#
// Create a new file on Google Drive
 using (var fsSource = new FileStream(UploadFileName, FileMode.Open, FileAccess.Read))
      {
      // Create a new file, with metadata and stream.
      var request = service.Files.Create(fileMetadata, fsSource, "image/jpg");
      request.Fields = "*";
      var results = await request.UploadAsync(CancellationToken.None);
      
      }


Now I want to do some image manipulation before uploading so that I could convert the image to jpeg if the image is in another format (png or bmp for example) or resize the image, so I changed the file to stream for manipulation, I don't want to save it locally again because the code could be used on a website on mobiles, that's why I am saving to stream.

What I have tried:

<pre lang="C#">
using (MemoryStream ms = new MemoryStream())
            {

                Image img = Image.FromFile(uploadfileName);
                img.Save(ms, ImageFormat.Jpeg);
}

How can I now upload this ms stream to Google Drive? Thanks for any clue, I'm not an expect in field.
Posted
Updated 25-Jun-21 3:17am

1 solution

Got the answer:

Just set ms.Position = 0, so that the next read starts reading from the beginning of the stream, then use it in place of your fsSource.
   

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