Hi Nathan -

The standard response to this question is "Use ImageMagick!"  
You didn't say
what kind of system you have, but if it's Linux, you should have 
IM includes a whole raft of useful utilities, but you probably 
want convert
for this problem.  Try "man convert" for details.  There are 
oodles of options,
but you probably want to use -geometry WxH to specify the 
desired dimensions
of your thumbnails.  Actually, you probably want to set W and H 
to the maximum
desired thumbnail dimensions, as convert preserves aspect ratio 
unless specifically told otherwise.



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