Pre-generates thumbnails for 'Gnome Files' formerly known as nautilus.
Pre-generates thumbnails for 'Gnome Files' formerly known as nautilus. This is useful if you have a lot of files which you want to glance over but you have to wait for them to load as you scroll. Supports Python 3.5+ and any Linux distro using Gnome Desktop 3.
# generating thumbnails for two directories thumbgen -d directory1/directory1_1 directory2 # Pulling up the help thumbgen --help
Command Line Options
|-d||--img_dirs||directories to recursively generate thumbnails seperated by space, eg: "dir1/dir2 dir3" [required]|
|-w||--workers||no of cpus to use for processing|
|-i||--only_images||Whether to only look for images to be thumbnailed|
|-r||--recursive||Whether to recursively look for files|
Install PyGObject pre-requisites for your OS from here. For Ubuntu/Debian:
sudo apt install libgirepository1.0-dev gcc libcairo2-dev pkg-config python3-dev gir1.2-gtk-3.0
Then install Thumbgen using:
pip install thumbgen
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