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    Default batch photo resizer application needed

    Hi all,

    I need a good batch photo resizer to email pics out.

    Maybe something that could attach pics to Thunderbird once resized.



    Thanks,

    Heeter
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    Default Re: batch photo resizer application needed

    You could give phatch a try, the developer once posted in these forums asking for more users.

    Phatch - Photo Batch Processor

    Looks like that site is down. Try here:

    Phatch = PHoto & bATCH!: Welcome!

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    Default Re: batch photo resizer application needed

    > I need a good batch photo resizer to email pics out.

    mogrify and/or convert (both part of ImageMagick)
    for magic incantations, see:
    man imagemagick
    man mogrify
    man convert

    you can do (resize AND lots of other stuff) an entire directory (or
    more/less) with one command line and 'Enter' press..

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    Default Re: batch photo resizer application needed

    I always use "birt". It is basic and simple, but works well for me:

    If you have your software repositories setup properly, then installing birt is a breeze: Repositories - openSUSE-Community I recommend only OSS, NON-OSS, Update and Packman for your repositories. Adding any more can cause newbies problems as not all rpms from one packagers repository are compatible with rpms from another packagers repository.

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    Default Re: batch photo resizer application needed

    Hey thanks Guys,

    I am no to slick with ImageMagik, but will try the GUI for it, Birt.

    As for the Repos, I do keep only those four enabled all the times. I only enable others as needed for the moment, then disable. (as per your instructions a couple of months back, OldCPU )

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