batch for transforming images

kokiperex at gmail.com kokiperex at gmail.com
Fri Sep 19 14:55:34 BST 2008


> Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2008 17:26:25 -0500
> From: Bruce Bales <bbales at cox.net>
> Subject: Re: batch for transforming images
> To: Kubuntu Help and User Discussions <kubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
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> On Wednesday 17 September 2008 08:46:28 kokiperex at gmail.com wrote:
>> > Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2008 22:00:43 -0500
>> > From: Bruce Bales <bbales at cox.net>
>> > Subject: Re: batch for transforming images
>> > To: Kubuntu Help and User Discussions <kubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
>> > Message-ID: <200809162200.43457.bbales at cox.net>
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>> > On Monday 15 September 2008 12:21:03 Peter Klaassen wrote:
>> >> Op Saturday 13 September 2008 21:00:06 schreef David Fletcher:
>> >> > On Saturday 13 Sep 2008, Peter Klaassen wrote:
>> >> > > Is thre a GUI or terminal programm that can resize
>> >> > > all the imgaes in a dir to for instance 800 pixels width
>> >>
>> >> I found aut that digikam can handle these batches very well.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> --
>> >> Peter
>> >> Registered Linux user # 458207
>> >
>> > convert a bunch of pictures titled p8240???.jpg to 800x600 titled
>> > pp8240???.jpg
>> >
>> > for i in p8140*; do convert -sample 800x600 "$i" p$i; done
>> >
>> > If you tell it "-sample 800"  without the "x600," it will keep the same
>> > form factor.  You have to have imagemagick installed.
>> > bruce
>>
>> I like this ones:
>>
>> mogrify -resize 800x600 *.jpg
>> or
>> mogrify -resize 800 *.jpg
>> or
>> mogrify -resize 50% *.jpg
>>
>> --
>> Jorge
>
> He said all the images in a dir.  To mogrify hundreds of images might take a
> while.  The script does them all at once.
> bruce
>
>

But with *.jpg you can change all the images in the dir
---
Jorge



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