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Hi,

Does anyone aware of image manipulation portable software which works from the folder itself?

Softwares cannot be installed in my machine, however able to download and run it

#1 - Rename
#2 - Resize
#3 - Convert to diff formats
#4 - Convert to different resolutions
etc.,

Thanks
 
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You don't mention what operating system you are using?

Pretty easy to find things though, I did a search for "linux cli image manipulation" and was presented with lots of options. Adjust the search terms for your operating system and I expect you'll have similar success.
 
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In the Java space, there are lots of helpful libraries, like ImageJ for general image manipulation, and the built-in ImageIO package and its various extensions for reading and writing image files. See https://coderanch.com/t/750185/java/Writing-PNG-images-output-file for more discussion
 
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From a linux command line perspective, the ImageMagick suite is very powerful. For native Windows, I'm less certain, since they prefer GUI apps.
 
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For Windows you can use paint.net, it has a portable version: https://github.com/paintdotnet/release/releases.
 
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Rob Spoor wrote:For Windows you can use paint.net, it has a portable version: https://github.com/paintdotnet/release/releases.

Interesting. It's not readily apparent if this is a tool that can do all the necessary magick (pun intended) from the command line and it highlights the failure of Mono to gain traction in Linux in that they don't support it there.

Incidentally, on the subject of apps that are primarily run in GUI mode, The Gimp is heavily scriptable, so that's another alternative.
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