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Depending on how you process your images, it may be wise to try and reuse a single IM object. This code shows a possible IM glitch which you may run into. It shows the need to clear out the reusable IM object after every use. However, you may get away with a creation/undef usage within a limited scope, where you create a new IM object for every transformation, then undef it. I think that would slow you down with alot of images, so think about a reusable IM object.
#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use Image::Magick; my $image = Image::Magick->new; umask 0022; my @pics= <*.jpg>; #my @pics= <*.jpg *.gif *.png>; #add all your extensions here foreach my $pic (@pics){ my ($picbasename) = $pic =~ /^(.*).jpg$/; my $ok; $ok = $image->Read($pic) and warn ($ok); my $thumb = $picbasename . '-t.jpg'; $image->Scale(geometry => '100x100'); $ok = $image->Write($thumb) and warn ($ok); undef @$image; #needed if $image is created outside loop print "$pic -> $thumb\n"; }

And here is a very basic File::Find script to process files.

#!/usr/bin/perl use File::Find; $|++; my $path = '.'; my $cmd = 'file'; finddepth (\&wanted,$path); # untested regex my $regex = qr/\Q.png$\E/i; sub wanted { return unless -f; #-d for dir ops or comment out for both if ( /$regex/) { print "$File::Find::name\n" #do your ImageMagick processing here } } __END__

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In reply to Re: Recursive image processing (with ImageMagic) by zentara
in thread Recursive image processing (with ImageMagic) by wvick

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