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- Forum: Users
- Topic: resize or scale image file size is too big
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If the original doesn't have very many colors the resized one will have more. Use "identify -verbose" to find out how many colors are in your original, your output jpeg, and your output png. That may provide an explanation for the size differences.
Identify says the alpha is 1-bit even though it's really 8-bit, when the only values are 0 and 255. The "resize" operation creates other values due to interpolation of alphas. To get back to the 0/255 condition, use -ordered-dither command (look it up to get the exact syntax; it's something like "-o...
- Forum: Developers
- Topic: "Feather"-ed optimization of animated GIFs
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There's a free application called "intergif" which might be useful to you as a final optimization step. I haven't used it lately but had good luck with it in the past.
Hi, I'm fiddling around with convert for a while now. So i just give it a try in this forum :) My input image can be in landscape format or in panel format. (up to 1000x1000 pixels) Now i want to create a quadratic Thumbnail out of it. With one command-line-call if possible. My output size should b...