I have created a small script to compress all the images using pngquant. The script is as follows: #!/bin/bash find /home/ghosthut/wp-content/uploads -mtime -2 -iname '*.png' -print0 | xargs -0 ...
I would like to convert PNG images/graphs to EPS without losing even a bit on resolution. All the commands I tried (potrace, autotrace, convert, gimp) decrease the resolution quality.
I need to generate PPM's as raw data sources for one program. I have a bunch of png's as Input, which I'm going to convert ppm's. When I try a tool like mogrify it generates files, but these are ...
I have a folder with a lot of xcf files which I want all to be converted to png files, at best via a one-liner from bash. How can I achieve such a task?
I found that arch provides both oxygen-icons and oxygen-icons-svg, what's the necessity of svg format? Is there something that a PNG image "can't do", maybe performance issue? Not sure about it.