Now I have an image in the Ubuntu server. I need to resize it.
The original image is youtube.jpg, size is 1024X768.
sudo apt install ffmpeg
Resize the image
ffmpeg -i "youtube.jpg" -vf scale=480:360 "youtubex480.jpg"
The command above explains itself.
It resizes the youtube.jpg to a smaller picture, 480×360.
It is the post of “How to resize the image by FFmpeg”.
One Reply to “How to resize an image through the Ubuntu terminal”
Hi. You can use a free online tool to resize image https://freetools.site/image-editors/resize