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This mini-howto is taken from blog in Kayowas.

Imagemagik is an exceptional tool, I would say essential, it allows an almost endless array of processing on the images.

In systems derived from Debian, the installation is quite a:

[user@localhost ~]$ sudo apt-get install imagemagick

To vary the size of all images in a given directory, you must use the tool "mogrify"In the following way:

[user@localhost ~]$ mogrify-resize "Dimensions" *.jpg

Where instead of "Dimensions"You must enter the new desired size, eg 1024*1024.

And ... that's it, nothing easier than true?

Not enough?


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