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if i understand it correctly, imutils.resize() only tries to evaluate either the width or height argument, and tries to preserve the original aspect ratio of the image, while cv2.resize() gives you a free choice (withoout preserving it)

if i understand it correctly, imutils.resize() only tries to evaluate either the width or or height argument, and tries to preserve the original aspect ratio ratio of the image, while cv2.resize() gives you a free choice (withoout preserving it)choice.

if i understand it correctly, imutils.resize() only tries to evaluate either the width or height argument, and tries to preserve the original aspect ratio of the image, while cv2.resize() gives you a free choice.choice (w/o any constraints)