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    Default Batch resizing applications

    I am looking for image batch processing (mainly resizing) apps. As I have problems with Nautilus Image Resize in the other thread, are there any other software that is fairly easy to use to batch resize images? Preferably from a one-click install that works.

    I tried Phatch, but that didn't work for me.

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    Uh, that is exactly the same link I provided and participated in earlier.

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    Default Re: Batch resizing applications

    In kde yes
    gwenview has that function
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    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    In kde yes
    gwenview has that function
    In the batch? How do you call gwenview in a background run?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    In the batch? How do you call gwenview in a background run?
    Do you mean without the UI?
    I don't know anyway, I never even use it in the UI either, but I just tried it, and seems fine.
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    Default Re: Batch resizing applications

    Have you tried mogrify? It's part of ImageMagick available from YaST.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    Do you mean without the UI?
    I don't know anyway, I never even use it in the UI either, but I just tried it, and seems fine.
    You need this installed:
    kipi-plugins
    Are we talking complete different things here? I am a bit dumb, I know. But when the OP says: "batch processing", I think he means a CLI program, because you can put a call to such a program in a script and then run that script in the batch (unattended running without a log in, via cron, at or batch).

    I do not know if such an application (manipulating picture files without seeing what you are doing) exists. I tried to glance through the gwenview website and through the online Help and I did not find such a feature for gwenview.

    What do you mean with "I never even use it in the UI"? There must be at least one UI, either GUI, or CLI, or Ncurses and the CLI one can then be:
    . only command line with option and parameter fields (good for batch)
    . interactive with question/answer lines (not so good for batch);
    (I may have forgotton more possibilities here, but these are the basic one imho).
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    I mean I never use the resize function - Full stop.

    We are getting off point discussing what I mean. Gwenview will do the job though.
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    Default Re: Batch resizing applications

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    I mean I never use the resize function - Full stop.
    I now see "it" is the resize, not gwenview. As I said, I am dumb.
    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    We are getting off point discussing what I mean. Gwenview will do the job though.
    Yes, the OP still wants such a functionality usable in the batch.
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