A Simple Bash Script To Mass Compress and Resize Images.
July 28, 2019
- I wanted to compress & resize the large, heavy images of my previous blog, in one go. ( and obviously without much effort)
- Some minimal Bash Script with use of "Convert" command, worked well for me. I founded it to be extremely useful for various other mrdia conversions as well.
#!/bin/sh mkdir photos-Optimized; read -p "Convert images from which extension(eg. png):" ext1 read -p "Convert into which extension (eg. png):" ext2 read -p "Dimension to be optimized to, in px (eg. 100x100):" dim for photos in *.$ext1; do convert -verbose "$photos" -quality 85% -resize $dim ./photos-Optimized/"$photos-Optimized.$ext2"; done
Thanks a lot Kushal Das for pointing it to me :)