How to resize image size on ubuntu (easy way)


   In this post I'm going to share how to resize image size in Ubuntu.This is an easy way out to those who are looking to resize their image file in a simplistic manner .

Steps


1) Download from repo

shark_attack@Positive-Space:~$  sudo apt-get install nautilus-image-converter


Download from repo

 2) Go to the image that need to be converted, right click > Resize images

Resize images

3) Click the desired file size .By default the new file name will be using the existing file name with additional ".resized" at the back of the new file . Then click "Resize" .Your system will resize the file

choose file size

4)Check the new resize file properties by right clicking the new "filename.resized" file.

New file size






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