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Without the bashisms and unnecessary sed dependency. Substitutions quoted so that filenames with whitespace will be handled correctly.
There are 2 alternatives - vote for the best!
(relies on 'imagemagick')
This command will convert all .pdf files in a directory into a 800px (wide or height, whichever is smaller) image (with the aspect ratio kept) .jpg.
If the file is named 'example1.pdf' it will be named 'example1.jpg' when it is complete.
This is a VERY worthwhile command! People pay hundreds of dollars for this in the Windows world.
My .jpg files average between 150kB to 300kB, but your's may differ.
If you can do better, submit your command here.
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