Hi Hago -

Why not try:

$ convert -geometry 300x200! +adjoin /a/*.jpg /b/x.jpg

But you can't adjoin jpeg images (I tried with both +adjoin and 
-adjoin).

-geometry 300x200! the exclamation point forces all images to 
these dimensions, regardless of distortion.

I could see no need for an intermediate conversion step.

If you want the filenames the same in both /a and /b, then omit 
the adjoin.

If you want to preserve filenames from /a to /b, then try 
something like this:

#!/bin/bash

for image in /a/*.jpg
do
B=`basename $image`
convert -geom 200x300! $image /b/$B
done

It worked for me.

HTH,


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