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Convert image with imagemagick command line convert tool

I have an image Image.png. How do I use the ImageMagick command convert to make this file into a Image.jpg file with the following requirements: File size is 200~500 kb. Resolution in not less than ...
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open corel draw files on debian

So I have .cdr files on my PC and I want to open them on my Debian 7 box. What software do I need to be able to open it?` I have: 512 MB RAM 3 GHz processor 256 MB graphics with Debian 7
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Linux display server or program that can route video and/or images between its clients?

The JACK Audio Connection Kit (http://jackaudio.org/) is a really useful tool for working with audio on linux systems. It allows for both audio and MIDI data to be communicated between its clients, ...
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shell command to get pixel size of an image

Is there a shell command that returns the pixel size of an image? I'm trying to produce an animated gif starting from different gifs with different sizes using convert (e.g. convert -delay 50 1.gif ...
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Command line convert webp to jpg?

I'm using ubuntu 12.04. I've installed libwebp2 & libwebp-dev So far, no example found on the net of converting webp to jpg. Some webp files can easily converted by using imagemagick with ...
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Open source duplicate image finder for Linux?

Is there a free and open source duplicate image finder for Linux based systems? Finding exact duplicates (based on content, not file name) is sufficient for me, but the ability to find similar images ...
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Resize a very tiny xcf image without blurring or dithering it

I have some drawings I made with an Intuos tablet. All of these drawings are 25x35 or so. The color of each pixel was very carefully selected. They're kind of like 'miniatures.' I need to resize ...
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Change Linux boot logo

I want to change the penguin logo that appears on boot. I looked into it and found this command: pngtopnm nelogo.png | ppmquant -fs223| pnmtoplainpnm > logo_linux_clut224.ppm But when I tried it ...