I'm assuming this is fairly easy to do, but I have zero experience with Windows's command line utilities. Basically, I need to iterate over all files in a directory (great if it can do sub-directories, but I can run it on each of the 5 directories if need be), get the name as a variable, and have it run
"C:\Program Files\ImageMagick-6.7.6-Q16\convert.exe" -compress LZW
-colorspace Gray -colors 32 file_var file_var
I saw Dynamically name files in a command prompt for loop. Would I be able to use that (swapping the SET... with the above command)? The space on the computer in question is beyond limited so I can't perform a backup prior to running this at this stage (bad, I know).