As title goes, is there a script for Win 7 to get printed on a .txt file all the images (JPG, PNG, GIF ecc) inside a folder along with "filename" and "pixels dimension"?
I've tried with
dir on command line but only lists name, file size ecc..
Solution with ExifTool
The best deal imo, with the command already coded in the file name of the .exe its totally a drag and drop script to use wherever you want!
For convenience, I've slightly modified the inline file name of the exe to this
ExifTool(-FileName -Imagesize -r -T -w+! %0finfo.txt -ext jpg --ext exe .).exe
This way I've reduced to the minimum the .txt output to a single line per image (
-T) and added a recursive option (
-r) so that it can process subfolders too.
Solution with ImageMagick
I've placed below my solution with ImageMagick, is pretty quick and simple but ofc requires the library installed.