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Shell script for converting progressive JPEGs to baseline

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10 Aug 2012CPOL
Identify all progressive JPEGs in a directory tree and batch convert them to baseline.

The following Linux shell script will identify all progressive JPEGs, in the directory tree under the directory it resides in, and batch convert them to baseline.

It requires ImageMagick to be installed (on Fedora install it like this: yum install ImageMagick)

for img in `find . -name "*" | egrep *\.jpe?g$`
do
  idout=`identify -verbose $img | grep -i interlace | grep -i none$`

  if [[ -z $idout ]]
  then
    echo "-------------------------"
    echo "$img is progressive"
    echo "....making copy of original with .prog extension"
    /bin/cp -f $img $img.prog
    echo "....converting to baseline"
    convert $img -interlace none $img 
    echo "....done!"
  #else
    #echo "$img is non-progressive"
  fi
done
This article was originally posted at http://fotios.org/node/2668

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I have a keen interest in IT Security, Internet applications, and systems/embedded development. My recent research interests have included secure networks, models of trust, trusted agents, information exchange, and software development methodologies.

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Questionfolder names with spaces Pin
Member 1395909723-Aug-18 4:12
MemberMember 1395909723-Aug-18 4:12 
I was looking for such script and I am glad I found this. Thumbs Up | :thumbsup: But unfortunately I have several names of folders with spaces and the script doesn't work there. I get thsi error message:
No such file or directory @ error/blob.c/OpenBlob/2712.

I tried to insert " instead of `but I had no luck. I am quite new to this. How will this script work with names of folders containing spaces?
QuestionThis is great, but fails on whitespaces in filenames. Pin
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MemberMember 116733647-May-15 12:44 
SuggestionA Tip... Pin
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