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As a response to the ImageMagick’s convert command, the black pixel count is equivalent to doing the following:
convert -bmp -level 1 -auto-level 1 -colorspace RGB -monochrome black-pixels.png
I’ve been using this to convert many images to black and white and it’s been working well for the past couple of years.

Now, recently I was called to help a client with this and it’s failing on a few images, and I want to track down the issue.
The Error Message:

C:\Program Files (x86)\ImageMagick-6.7.2-Q16-Win64\bin> convert C:\Temp\black-pixels.png -density 2 -resize 720×576 -auto-level 1 -colorspace RGB -monochrome black-pixels.png
C:\Temp\black-pixels.png:0: error: Access to the ressource is denied.

This is strange to me since I can run the same command on other images with no issues.
What’s interesting is that the two images that cause problems are the same size (720×576). The rest of the images being converted is around or more then double this size.
Any thoughts as to what might be happening?


I ran into the same issue last week. After a bit of research I’ve stumbled across:

C:\Program Files (x86)\ImageMagick-6.7.2-Q16-Win64\bin> convert C:\Temp\black-pixels.png -density 2 -resize 720×576 -auto-level 1 -colorspace RGB -monochrome black-pixels.png

This is a conversion command which converts a grayscale image into a monochrome one. The black pixels are then extracted from this process.
The error that you see is the result of ImageMagick trying to read the -density image, which is read-only. This forces ImageMagick to use the command line instead.
I found that there were 2 solutions to this:

Create a temporary copy of the input image and do the conversion with the temporary one, then delete the temporary one.
Run the command in a powershell instance instead and open the temporary image in an editor.

I’ve gone for the second option, as I

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