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    Re: Mass Image Resize

    Try this - Thumb-Nail-It

    Quick and easy


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    Re: Mass Image Resize

    For a quick job of about 10 images (it crashes if it has to do too many, but I'm sure it'll get better) try this one - PLiska Image Resizer, from here PLISKA. I like the ease of use.

    Ian R

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    Re: Mass Image Resize

    Unidream PowerBatch

    It looks very powerful, but I only used ot for one job.

    I used it a couple of years ago to produce a CD of images for our school's anniversary. I resized hundreds of images to fit on one CD.

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    Re: Mass Image Resize

    Code:
    for image in *.jpg; do target=`echo $image | sed s/.jpg/_small.jpg/`;
    convert $image -quality 25 -size 300x100 $target; rm -rf $image;  done

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    Re: Mass Image Resize

    for image in *.jpg; do target=`echo $image | sed s/.jpg/_small.jpg/`;
    convert $image -quality 25 -size 300x100 $target; rm -rf $image; done
    mm- I think right-click - resize works better for teachers and pupils

    regards

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    Re: Mass Image Resize

    Have you tried Microsoft Image resizer does exactly what it says on the tin!

    .Link

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    Never tried the ms photo resize till now. used couple of mentioned tools but this seemed more handy for rewriting over origionals without any problems.

    Cheers

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    I use the XP powertoy to secretly resize staff photos on our network, works great

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    Im trying to use the MS image resizer, but as there is so many thousands of pictures, the right click doesnt appear, it just hangs.

    Is there any way to use the image resizer by cli instead?

    Or is there one i can use that will trawl the whole share and resize ?

    Cybernerds command would be ideal, is there a windows equivelent command?

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    @RabbieBurns: CygWin can be used for this I think (see Cygwin Information and Installation ). I think you can also use GIMP (see GIMP - Batch Mode )

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    The imagemagick commands do run on windows already, you'd just need to write a batch file or use ric's cygwin suggestion
    ImageMagick: Install from Binary Distribution

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    Check this thread for the script I wrote a few years ago to to back to convert between formats. You can alter this to do the functions you require.

    Batch image convert...

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    Thanks for the replies. ChrisH, Ill give it a go, thanks.

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    OK, I have no clue what Im looking at, vbs is not something ive ever dabbled with heh

    What would I edit to change this to resize large JPGs to 1024x768?

    Cheers



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