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Re: WavPack files not recognized by FoorBar

Reply #25
I find that gimp is a little over kill for this. I tend to use Irfanview for this since it superfast to open and resize and has a great batch mode. only windows though.
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Re: WavPack files not recognized by FoorBar

Reply #26
If you think that's overkill, how about me remembering I have a license for Affinity Photo and downloading that to do some simple cropping and resizing? That rolls in at about 450MB.

Re: WavPack files not recognized by FoorBar

Reply #27
If you think that's overkill, how about me remembering I have a license for Affinity Photo and downloading that to do some simple cropping and resizing? That rolls in at about 450MB.
You call that overkill? This is overkill:

As I have to constantly crop some screenshots to fit them into Google Docs tutorial files for work, I fire up a Windows virtual machine under Linux in order to run Photoshop (emulation on Wine doesn't cut it for newer PS versions)  - just so I can save said screen captures as JPEG files and not heavier-on-memory PNG ones - as it would be the case with Ubuntu's Snapshot utility and because PS's keyboard shortcuts and interface have become much more wired into my mind than any other program's.
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Re: WavPack files not recognized by FoorBar

Reply #28
Thanks, Mick Dundee.

Re: WavPack files not recognized by FoorBar

Reply #29
I find that gimp is a little over kill for this. I tend to use Irfanview for this since it superfast to open and resize and has a great batch mode. only windows though.
If you think that's overkill, how about me remembering I have a license for Affinity Photo and downloading that to do some simple cropping and resizing? That rolls in at about 450MB.
For simple image editing I recommend XnViewMP (free for non-commercial use), available for Windows, Linux, and MAC. Its comprehensive batch tool supports multi-threading which makes the conversion of multiple images super fast.

If you require a sophisticated solution check out paint.net (free, optional donation). It is versatile, accurate, very fast, and has a small installation footprint of just ~80 MB. Only available for Windows, though.


 
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