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ScaleDir

   01-d  

KDE Kommander Script

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ScaleDir
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Link:  http://deft.de
Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  1650
Submitted:  Apr 9 2006
Updated:  Dec 2 2008

Description:

A Kommander-Script for "fast and simple" Batch-Resizing of many Pictures in 1 Step. (Under use of ImageMagick). It works with all common Picture-Types and Formats. The Script does not touch the Originals, it stores the new Pictures (renamed by adding a "Praefix" to them) in your Source-Folder. Only the Path, the Picture-Type, the Scale-Factor (based on horizontal Size) and the new Praefix has to be choosen by the user for a complete "run through".

Thank You for testing it, Critics and Comments are welcome.




Changelog:

1. Version - d:
French Version added by MerMouY.

1. Version - c:
Instructiontext changed. Commandline corrected to handle filenames with spaces.

1. Version - b:
"First Release"




LicenseGPL
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 scaling algorithm

 
 by asdex on: Apr 11 2006
 
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What scaling algorithm does your program use? Bicubic, Lanczos,..?
Does it (slightly!) sharpen after resizing?


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 Re: scaling algorith

 
 by deft on: Apr 11 2006
 
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ImageMagick standard -sample-command Resizes images without adding any new colors to the images.The color uses are exact pixel colors. Images are shrink by removingrows and columns of pixels, and enlarged by doulding rows and
columns of pixels.

The scale-command in that script Resize using fast algorithm. Basically this is the same as "-sample"but with a different argument style and algorithm. Also the why the algorthims loops over rows/columns is inverted to that of "-sample", which can produce better handling of "mpc:" disk cached images.

And, no, theres no sharpen-Funktion in that script. But imagamagick has the possibility to do that (slightly too) and many, many other things, its magick ;) - shut i add this option?

For furhter informatin see
>man -k imagemagick
or
>convert --help

Hopefully it helps!?


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 feature request

 
 by dsms on: Dec 3 2008
 
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it would be nice to let the resize done for the longer edge (or shorter edge), not just the horizontal-size. horizontal and vertical orientated images should have the same size after conversion.

a quality slider (for jpg) images would be useful too.


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