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Solaris 2.7 // bash

Hi,

I need to determine height / width of JPG files within a shell script. Which tool can be used for that?

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there exist a jpegtran program (not shure where to find it), which can be used as follows:
    jpegtran -verbose your.jpg |& grep -i width
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by:hitzeu
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URL is http://www.ijg.org/

Thanks a lot, ahoffmann
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PaulSmirnoff earned 200 total points
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If you have ImageMagick setup

convert -verbose  file.jpg /dev/null |grep file.jpg |head -1 | awk '{print $2}'

Paul.
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