How to save converted pictures to a downloadable ZIP file(Python)

Hello, please i need help with my code below:

  1. To be able to accept these file extensions (strings) representing formats:

“JPG”, “JPEG”, “jpg”, “jpeg”, “png”, “PNG”, “bmp”, “BMP”, “gif”, “GIF”, “tiff”, “TIFF”, “webp”, “WEBP”

If the uploaded file doesn’t match any of the above it throw “Error”

  1. There should be an option to upload and convert a minimum of 5 pictures, the same format or different formats doesn’t matter

  2. Also, there is a need to collect all the image files uploaded and converted with the HTML code generated and put them in a zip folder all together for download

  3. The script when run should bring up a prompt asking the user to upload the image file(s)

  4. After conversion, it should ask the user to download the files and ask for a directory to save it. Thank you so much


#Import python Pillow library
from PIL import Image
#Import aspose words for python for creating html text
import aspose.words as aw
#Specify icon sizes to convert and download as .ico 3 sizes
icon_sizes = [(16, 16), (24, 24), (32, 32)]
#There is need to automatically accept different file formats such as"jpg", "jpeg", "png", "bmp", "gif", "tiff", "webp"}
#So that if there is an attempt to upload something else it show error
ALLOWED_EXTENSIONS = {"jpg", "jpeg", "png", "bmp", "gif", "tiff", "webp"}
# A function to check if the file is allowed here
#This is where the actual conversion happens
image ='pix.PNG')
fileoutpath = 'Favicon.ico'
for size in icon_sizes:
fileoutname = fileoutpath + str(size[0]) + ".ico"
new_image = image.resize(size)
#Returns the converted icon with a new filename + one more size
new_logo_ico_filename = fileoutpath + "128.ico"
new_logo_ico = image.resize((128, 128)), format="ICO", quality=90)
#Below code converts the upload/targetted image to HTML code
#But i need a way to pass in the original image instead of manually doing so
doc = aw.Document()
builder = aw.DocumentBuilder(doc)
#Before running the above code loclly, make sure to:
#1 Install .NET Extension pack as VSCode extension
#2 Install Pillow using pip install pillow on your VSCode terminal
#3 Install aspose.words using pip install aspose.words on your VSCode terminal

So, you’ve given us your homework assignment… what have you tried to make it work?

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