Resizing images on Linux with gThumb is easy. However, I have a batch of images inside a folder. Manually resizing them will consume too much time.
How to automatically resize them on Linux with a script?
You can use
convert from ImageMagick together with bash script to resize images inside a directory.
mkdir resize; IFS=$(echo -en "nb"); for i in *; do echo $i; convert $i -resize 600^ resize/$i; done
The script will make a new directory named “resize” in current directory, resize all images in current directory to smaller ones of width 600px, and store the resized images into “reisze”.
IFS=$(echo -en "nb") is a bash trick to handle situations where images file names have spaces.