A tool to convert pictures
  • Yokemate of Keyboards
    Yokemate of Keyboards
    Posts: 2054 from 2003/4/10
    From: France

    i would like to propose a new tool to convert many pictures in others format and/or resolutions in one operation.

    Example : many pictures in jpg format converted in png format in 320x256 (just an example)

    Is there a tool for that on MorphOS?
  • »15.05.24 - 13:15
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  • MorphOS Developer
    Posts: 1033 from 2004/9/23
    That would be ShowCase (ShowGirls). It has multiple functions for that.
  • »15.05.24 - 13:32
  • Priest of the Order of the Butterfly
    Priest of the Order of the Butterfly
    Posts: 750 from 2011/11/30
    RNO Effects also has batch coverter :)
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  • Caterpillar
    Posts: 27 from 2020/11/10
    From: Germany
    Image2PDF .... ;-)
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  • MDW
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    Order of the Butterfly
    Posts: 459 from 2003/7/26
    From: Wroclaw/Poland
    ImageMagick - hundreds of options, thousands of combination... but a basic conversion doesn't require a comlicate syntax. Available for many platforms so detailed documentation is available. MorphOS version is on MorphOS Storage.

    [ Edited by MDW 15.05.2024 - 15:44 ]
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  • jPV
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    Yokemate of Keyboards
    Posts: 2034 from 2003/2/24
    From: po-RNO
    And TBH, if you just want to resize images to another resolution, I think ShowCase uses Lanczos filter for that in the batch conversion, and you hardly can get better results with anything else. ShowCase also has good sharpening and color manipulation options.

    But RNOEffects is designed to use ALL program features in batch conversion, so it's much more versatile when you want to do more image processing for images, and it has better output format selection. For example, you could resize images, reduce colors on them, pixelate them, add a logo, and then remap them to a selected palette and save as IFF, etc.. all in one go. Or save images as icons, PDF, or video.

    [ Edited by jPV 15.05.2024 - 19:45 ]
  • »15.05.24 - 17:41
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