alex at tweedly.net
Wed Jun 24 13:50:58 CEST 2015
You sholdn't need to use bash directly - simply use the 'shell' feature
on each file.
Of course, you could do just the same by putting all the commands into a
file, and then running it from bash if that was preferable :-)
Here's a fragment of a script I use to convert jpeg files (for different
This assumes that it starts in a folder full of files, and creates a
subfolder of resized files.
(And it deals with strangely named files that caused problems for
renaming the file
using convert (part of ImageMagick)
renaming the files back again.
I should probably have figured out all the naming / escaping needed -
but I was in a hurry :-)
create folder "width400"
repeat for each line L in tFiles
put "Converting" && L & "<br>" & CR after tOutput
-- deal with difficult file names
put L into K
-- e.g. replace "&" with "XXX" in K
rename file L to K
if not file_exists("width400", L) then
put "convert " & K & " -resize 400x400\> " & "width400/" & K
put "do " && tCmd && the result & "<br>" & CR after tOutput
set the defaultfolder to "width400"
rename file K to L
set the defaultfolder to ".."
rename file K to L
On 24/06/2015 07:06, Tim Selander wrote:
> Have 1,500 files of our TV program buried in an awkward file tree. I
> want to use LC to pick out all the video files, getting a list of
> files with their full paths. That part I can do. Now I want to feed
> that list of files to ffmjpeg (open source video compression program)
> to convert to a different format.
> Assuming I'll have to use a bash script or something? This will be a
> first for me.
> Any chance listers have used LC and ffmjpeg together, and can throw me
> some pointers on how to do this?
> Tim Selander
> Tokyo, Japan
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