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howto:compress_or_resize_images_in_bash [2016/11/23 07:38]
yehuda created
howto:compress_or_resize_images_in_bash [2019/05/30 09:14]
yehuda
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 see more options: https://​www.imagemagick.org/​script/​convert.php see more options: https://​www.imagemagick.org/​script/​convert.php
 +
 +====== Resize image to minimal rate ======
 +
 +How about using ImageMagick'​s convertwhich has exactly such a minimal size option, see Image Geometry options?!
 +
 +Copy & Paste snippet (bash syntax) -- please notice the ^ after the size specification:​
 +<code bash>
 +for file in *.jpg; do
 +   echo -n Converting ${file}...
 +   ​convert -resize 180x180^ "​$file"​ "​th_$file"​
 +   echo done
 +done
 +</​code>​
 +
 +In addition, if you want to crop the resulting file to a quadratic shape around the center, you can use this script. The SIZE parameter in the first line specifies (surprise, surprise) the final size of the thumbnail.
 +<code bash>
 +SIZE=180
 +for file in *.jpg; do
 +   echo -n Converting ${file}...
 +   ​convert -resize ${SIZE}x${SIZE}^ "​$file"​ temp.png
 +   ​convert -crop $(identify temp.png | awk -F'[ x]' -v SIZE=$SIZE '{ printf "​%ux%u+%u+%u",​ SIZE, SIZE, ($3-SIZE)/​2,​ ($4-SIZE)/2 }') temp.png "​th_$file"​
 +   echo done
 +done
 +rm temp.png
 +</​code>​
 +
 +The script is not very optimized, as it runs two commands (identify and convert -crop) on the thumbnail. But as the thumbnail is only small, I think the speed is reasonable.
 +
 +from: https://​superuser.com/​questions/​676887/​resize-image-to-a-maximum-size-on-command-line
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