Batch resize images (overwriting)

for f in *.png; do convert $f -resize 852x480 $f; done
Resize all png in the current folder. Warning: no copy. Make sure you have a copy of the originals

By: egeoffray
2013-12-15 11:28:07

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When the site says: Alternatives There are 8 alternatives - vote for the best! I can't see them. Am I being an idiot as usual? Or how do I see the alternatives? FF on opensuse/KDE BTW.
wakou222 · 445 weeks and 5 days ago
Thank you for your love @wakou222
egeoffray · 445 weeks and 5 days ago
In case you don't want to overwrite orginals: mkdir -p resize && for f in *.png; do convert "$f" -resize 852x480 resize/"$f"; done
snipertyler · 445 weeks and 5 days ago
You can ow use the code that has been given above to resize all Png in the current folder. Thank you so much for sharing it. It was so great to use this particular code. Have a nice day !! CBD vs THC
charlly · 13 weeks and 6 days ago

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Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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