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Palladini921
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Pic Resizer

Post by Palladini921 » Sun Dec 17, 2017 1:15 pm

I was wondering, in the Linux Mint world is there a Program that resize an image, say take from 10 by 10 down to 5 x5 of any other size? There is program in the Windows world that does this real good
http://www.vodahost.com/web-hosting-pix-resizer/

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Re: Pic Resizer

Post by minitux » Sun Dec 17, 2017 1:27 pm

Mint Cinnamon = nemo-image-converter

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sudo apt install nemo-image-converter
Mint MATE = caja-image-converter

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sudo apt install caja-image-converter
in the file manager context menu, right click on an image and proceed to resize or to rotate

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Re: Pic Resizer

Post by BenTrabetere » Sun Dec 17, 2017 1:53 pm

The Linux world has several ways to do this. Many image viewers can resize images, and some can do it as a batch process a group of images. I think one of the better tools is Converseen - http://converseen.fasterland.net/. It can be installed from Software Manager.

Converseen is a graphical front-end for ImageMagick. I suspect Pix Resizer is, too.

ImageMagick is a set of image manipulation tools that are run from the command line, and it has a learning curve. If you are willing to get past the learning curve the IM convert tool is fast and flexible. It is what I use to resize and resample images.

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Re: Pic Resizer

Post by Moem » Sun Dec 17, 2017 1:58 pm

Pix is a program that comes pre-installed with Mint and does this just fine.
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