OpenResizer Bulk image resizer – How to install OpenResizer on Ubuntu

OpenResizer is a free and open source easy to use bulk image resizer for linux and windows. Using this you can resize your images one by one or in batch very quickly. It comes with three image resizer mode Do not resize, Resize by pixel and Resize by percentage. Using this Do not resize mode you can just rename the files in bulk with same ending. Resize by pixel allows you to resize the image by using the pixel value. Third and the final option provies resize by percentage. It also comes with width and height conditions, output image quality and cpu utilization features. You can save files in jpeg, png, BMP or in original source file format

Install OpenResizer on Ubuntu:

OpenResizer is available as a snap package for ubuntu. To install the latest version of OpenResizer in your Ubuntu system, open your terminal app and type the below command and hit enter.

sudo snap install openresizer

Then type your Ubuntu password and hit the enter key. It will install the latest version of OpenResizer Bulk image resizer on Ubuntu.

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After the successful installation of OpenResizer Bulk image resizer, click the show applications in the Ubuntu Gnome dock and type OpenResizer in the search box and click OpenResizer to open it. For Unity you can search OpenResizer from Ubuntu dash.

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