Mogrify is a tool from the imagemagick suite of programs and performs many actions such as resize and convert upon image files. In contrast to convert, another imagemagick tool, mogrify overwrites original image files.

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batch “convert” into jpg with nice alpha flatten

I would like to batch resize and convert to jpg a few png files. But some pixels are transparent, and some are half transparent; I would like the transparent ones to be white, and the half-transparent ...
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Resizing pictures

Currently running Ubuntu 15.04. I am trying to resize a set of photos which original size of each is 3906*2602. Whether I try with darktable or mogrify specifying 1920*1080 I end up with 1621*1080. ...
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Extract command from mogrify

I recently dicovered a command line picture editing tool Imagemagick which has a tool called mogrify i would like someone to explain the -extract command (See here if you need reference) Let me show ...
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Difference between convert -sample and convert -geometry

I was making a small guide for facebook users on mogrify and convert ImageMagik subcommands, but I found that convert has -sample and -geometry options that for me look 99% the same. What is the ...
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Nautilus Image Converter: strip EXIF metadata

I just found out that images can have more than 20KB of EXIF data. Not really an issue with 2MB files, but if you have small thumbnails this really adds up. I use mogrify often to resize, and I can ...
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Resize large images with mogrify (ImageMagick) but leave small images unaffected

Images can be resized using mogrify from the ImageMagick suite: `mogrify -resize 256x256 *.jpg` But this will resize images so that the largest dimension is 256px, including images that are smaller ...
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Decrease filesize when resizing with mogrify

I love the command line options of imagemagick. Mogrify is great to resize images and change quality, which is what I use most often. However, I have noted that the filesize if often larger than what ...
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Modify Multiple Images From Console

I know convert changes from a image format to another. mogrify can resize and scale multiple images also. But HOW can i modify all images inside a directory, including the sub-directories. Like for ...