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You can use lame with the –mp3input option. For example you can do a downsampling of the mp3 quality, specifing the a new lower bitrate using the -b option. Welcome to , a friendly and active Linux Community. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. By joining our community you. The shuf command (part of coreutils) can do this: shuf -n file. And at least for now non-ancient versions (added in a commit from ).

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Best way to downsample audio [Linux]

If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question. To resize multiple files, you can try the following command as downasmple by test It adds two context menu items in nautlius so you can right click and choose “Resize Image”. The other is “Rotate Image”. You can do a whole directory of images in one go if you like and you don’t even have to open up an downsammple to do so. Since Ubuntu ships with Python, you can also use a Python script to achieve this with a little more control over what happens – see this stackoverflow question for example scripts.


Batch Resize Images using Linux Command Line and Imagemagick

Those examples use just the standard library. Paste one of those blocks of code into the text editor.

You must be in the same directory as the picture files for both of these scripts. The first one shrinks the image to x pixels. The second script makes it pixels wide and calculates the proportional height.

This is more of a Python answer, but it is done all through the terminal technically.

It has more features than nautilus-image-converter. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. How to resize an image through the terminal? This question already has an answer here: How to easily resize images via command-line?

Batch Resize Images using Linux Command Line and Imagemagick •

Md Kutubuddin Sardar 2 7 8. Same command, with an extra option: Rinzwind k 28 If I want to convert all images in a folder what’s the best command then? Kermani Sep 7 ’14 at Found that to do all the pictures the. If you want CLI only: Install nautilus-image-converter sudo apt-get install nautilus-image-converter It adds two context menu items in nautlius so you can right click and choose “Resize Image”.


Is there any more capable CLI software than this? To use Script 1: Please provide the example through the terminal as per question.

How to reduce the size of mp3s in linux? – Stack Overflow

Thanks, I assumed too much in my first answer. I have made the edits per question. Note that PIL is only available for Python 2; support for 3. Confusingly enough it’s in Debian repositories under python3-pil package. Aside from that, it’s available via pip3 package manager. Arun Prakash Jana 1 1. Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference.

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