Imagemagick is a popular utility for manipulation of image files within scripts and is often used by image galleries.

The ImageMagick files are installed in /usr/local/bin however, different scripts may require different ways of providing the path so it's recommended each of the following are tried if unsuccessful the first time:

Mogrify: /usr/local/bin/mogrify

Convert: /usr/local/bin/convert

Identify: /usr/local/bin/identify


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