As of version 5.21, Relution offers the possibility to use ImageMagick for image generation.
If not configured differently, Relution uses Java mechanisms to generate images, e.g. for wallpaper configurations with custom text. Since these can consume a large amount of system memory, we recommend using the free and open-source command-line tool ImageMagick. If ImageMagick is installed on the server, Relution will automatically detect and use it instead of the Java mechanisms.
Important: Relution requires ImageMagick version 7 or newer to work.
The official docker images of Relution allready include an installation of ImageMagick.
For native installations, ImageMagick must be installed manually. To do this, please follow the steps described by the ImageMagick installation guide.