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Bash script example to change the size of image files at the current directory

  • 2 months ago

It could be useful in case you have a lot of big size pictures, and you want save space in the hard disk.

#!/bin/bash

COUNTER=0

for file in $( ls ); do

echo item: $file

let COUNTER=COUNTER+1

convert -resize 750 $file ./small/fbpic_$COUNTER.jpg

done


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