Resize Mass Images With Ubuntu Linux

Sometime we want to resize our image resolution become smaller, so we can upload it faster. But what will you do if you want to resize more than ten or hundred image? You'll be tired to resize it one by one.

With Ubuntu Linux, you can simply resize the mass image.

Follow this steps:

  1. Install Nautilus Image Converter (sudo apt-get install nautilus-image-converter).

  2. Open Nautilus (File Browser). Open your images folder, and select all the image that you want to resize (for all image justCtrl+A).

  3. Right click and choose Resize Images


  4. Setting the “Image Size” and the “Filename”. At my case (you can see at the picture below), I want to create thumbnail with size 100×69 pixels, and add the filename with “-small” behind the source filename.


  5. Click Resize and the thumbnail has been created at the same source images folder.


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