Category: Linux Terminal

Added: 14th of October 2017

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Batch resize images in Linux using imagemagick and the terminal

ImageMagick

The quickest and easiest way to batch resize a number of images is to use imagemagick via the terminal in Linux.

First thing you need to do install imagmagick using the following command

sudo apt-get install imagemagick


The next step is to cd to your directory where your images are stored. I needed to batch resize all .jpg images to 800 x 600 pixels, so I ran the following command in the terminal
mogrify -resize 800x640 *.jpg

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