August 30th, 2022
ReImage is a convenient and useful KDE service menu extension for Dolphin and Konqueror that allows you to manipulate images and their metadata directly from your preferred KDE Plasma file manager.
This is a package that extends the functionalities of Dolphin/Konqueror adding some interesting features for image manipulation.
Here are some of its features:
Compress and resize
- Advanced optimization for web
- Compress in % (change quality)
- Resize in % or square
- Convert and rotate
- Convert to all formats supported by ImageMagick
- Convert to PDF or PDF/A-1
- Generate favicons for browser/android/apple/ms
- Convert to Base64
- Overturn vertically/horizontally
- Rename jpg and tiff files with data content in Exif metadata.
- (For example: 001.jpg -> 2018-04-27_133741.jpg)
- Rename jpg and tiff files with file’s data.
- Set file’s datetime from Exif date.
- Set file date from file’s name
- Set Exif datetime from file’s date.
- Set Exif datetime from file’s name.
- Add comment
- View metadata
- Extract metadata to file
- Delete comment field
- Strip Exif section
- Delete IPTC section
- Delete XMP section
- Strip all unnecessary data
- Add timestamp from Exif
- Create animated GIF
- Append to right
- Sepia filter
- Change transparent to color
- Add colored border
- Add transparent border
- Drop shadow
How to Install ReImage
It’s possible to install ReImage downloading the package in this page.
In Arch Linux, is also possible to install the package via aur:
$ yay -Sy kde-service-menu-reimage
ReImage is a great tool for converting and resizing images on the fly using Dolphin/Konqueror, if you are a Kde Plasma user. It unlocks some great features for processing images through some pre-selected options without too many worries.
Obviously, if you want a more consistent and complete tool for processing your images, you just can use a more complete tool like ImageMagick if you prefer to use the command line or Converseen if you prefer a more user friendly GUI application.
Anyway, ReImage is a great tool that I suggest to install on your system since it represents an handy way to resize and convert one or more images with a mouse click when you don’t need to pay too much attention to the more advanced options.