"Converts set of image files to a common size"
Cropper is a Java-based tool to drop image sizes down to a specified alternative size. The utility runs through the command line where it's possible to execute a command which includes specifying the file image size to convert to (unless the file is already that size). Typically the file is replaced with a new one with a different size image, so it might be a good idea to copy your images into an action directory, to be modified, before using this command line assistant. Runs in Java, so any operating system that has the full Java run-time installed should run the program happily from the command line or Shell.
Cropper Key Features:
- Convert image sizes to a new image size
- Runs from the command line
- Copies over existing image, so take copies of images first to not lose the original
- Multi-platform compatible
- Requires Java 1.7+
Cropper is an image file size adjuster that runs via the command line to execute a specified size conversion.
Requirements: Java 1.8+
What's new in this version: support *.jpeg too
DeveloperCanadian Mind Products
Updated16 Jun 2020
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