Multiple Image Resizer .NET features a scripting language to allow you to batch process images via the command line.
Before you continue to learn about Multiple Image Resizer .NET scripting we recommend that you have the following knowledge:
- You can open a command line prompt.
- You can run an application via a command line prompt.
- You can run an application via a command line prompt also specifying command line arguments.
- You are familiar with using a text editor like Notepad.
- You are familiar with one or more other scripting language or programming language (this is advantageous but not essential).
If you are reading this then you must be ready to learn how to batch process images using Multiple Image Resizer .NET scripting!
In order to use the scripting functionality you must follow these four steps:
- Create a script file - a text file containing the list of image processing functions that you want apply to a set of images.
- Validate the script file - the script file should be parsed by Multiple Image Resizer .NET Script Engine (MirDotNetScript.exe) to ensure that the script functions you specified are valid.
- Create an image list file - a text file containing a list of image files and/or folders that contain images that you want to process with the script you have created.
- Run the script and image list files - use Multiple Image Resizer .NET Script Engine (MirDotNetScript.exe) via the command line to perform batch image processing using the script file and the image list file.
NOTE: We have added a new Scripting menu to the Graphical User Interface of Multiple Image Resizer .NET 4 to encourage users to try command line batch scripting. On the Scripting menu there are two options: