Discussions on NConvert - the command line tool for image conversion and manipulation
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Very bad idea Bloats size, quality loss (minimal), no benefit ...Miriam wrote:nconvert -q 100 -rotate 0.0 -o that.jpg this.jpg
Lower "q" could approach original size, but would trash quality ...
Probably no, but would be easy to add of you convince Pierre/Xnview about benefits of such a feature
There is indeed no WinZIP under my rock.
For example, a file which comes out of a digital camera, is often rotated, cropped, and otherwise post-processed in a number of ways. I'm considering how to automate (most of) this processing by entering NConvert command-line strings in an image database. For this purpose, I want a copy/noop option in NConvert.NTOSKRNL_VXE wrote:Probably no, but would be easy to add of you convince Pierre/Xnview about benefits of such a feature
Of course, I'd be very happy if I could somehow teach XnView to record how I'm processing an image file, and then have XnView emit an NConvert command to do the same thing... but that would be asking a lot, wouldn't it?