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MacOS: How to convert BMP files to JPEG or PNG format (command line)

Mac BMP image FAQ: How can I convert BMP image files to the JPEG format?

If you have just one BMP file you need to convert, or just a few, you can convert BMP images to JPEG using Preview. However, if you have a lot of BMP images, and want to convert them all to JPEG or PNG format, you'll probably want to look at a Mac command-line tool like ImageMagick. (Unfortunately my Mac batch image conversion tutorial using the Mac Automator doesn't work on BMP files.)

MacOS: How to convert BMP images to JPEG, PNG, TIFF, GIF, or PDF

Mac BMP image FAQ: How can I convert a BMP image to a JPEG (JPG) format on a Mac? (Or to a PNG, TIFF, GIF, or PDF format.)

If you have just one BMP image you want to convert, you can do this with the Mac OS X Preview application. Just follow these steps:

A Ruby JPEG example - Use Ruby to get the date and time from a JPEG file alvin August 23, 2010 - 2:45pm

A few weeks ago when I upgraded my iPhone 3G to iOS 4, I hooked up my iPhone to my old Windows computer, where it was originally sync'd. Downloading my iPhone photos onto my Windows XP computer was a pain, and worse than that, in the process, the iPhone photos were pulled off the phone in some random order, so all the photos are completely out of order when I look at them in the Windows Explorer or the Mac Finder.

Solved problem trying to configure PHP with GD support

Problem

I was just trying to install PHP from source code on a CentOS Linux box, specifically trying to configure PHP with GD support with a configure command like this:

./configure --with-apxs2=/usr/local/apache2/bin/apxs \
            --with-mysql \
            --with-gd

Unfortunately this configure command fails, ending with the following two lines of error output: