Resizing images in one line in Linux

Re-sizing images in one line

I hope you all have had the problem when you upload high quality pics to FB or some other social network.
You can use following command to resize the images by 50%. You can change the ratios .. just replace the value you desire with “50%”

first , you need to have ImageMagick

Install ImageMagick with following command

sudo apt-get install imagemagick

Then go to the directory that has photos to be resized
Run following command


mkdir resize;for f in *; do echo "converting $f"; convert $f -resize 50% resize/${f}; done

Then you will see the re-sized files in the resize directory.

Hope this will save someone’s time .. Enjoy !!!

 

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