batch crop images whit imagemagik

for k in *.png; do convert $k -crop <width>x<high>+<cropwidth>+<cropthigh> <newpath>/$k; done
Crop several images by imagemagik's convert command. substitute , ,, with pixel value and with a different existent directory.

By: mrehqe
2011-11-14 17:04:15

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There's no need to spawn a subshell for the file list: for k in *.png; do ...; done
syngin · 561 weeks and 1 day ago
Oh lord don't parse ls.
kaedenn · 561 weeks and 1 day ago
fixed, tnx.
mrehqe · 560 weeks and 5 days ago
Wow, this command is so incredible to use. I am saying this because this command reduces our work fo writing more than one command. But you can get britishessaywriters review to manage educational task easily. I mean more work in done by using this. And this command key is literally working on my machine too.
TristanRooke · 118 weeks and 4 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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