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Imagemagick - Edit image from command line

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Usually when we talk about programs for editing images we think to graphic programs such as The Gimp or photoshop, but they are not the only alternative.

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Created by chen 4 years 16 weeks ago – Made popular 4 years 16 weeks ago
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Performing Image Magic with ImageMagick

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It can be used from the command line for quick needs or built into a more complex software suite. This guide will cover some of the most “magical” features of ImageMagick and provide examples of how to use it to solve everyday tasks.

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Watermark Images With Nautilus Actions

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In my last post I showed how you can add your own custom functions to the GNOME file manager with Nautilus Actions. This script will batch watermark images with Nautilus Actions and ImageMagick. It also works with KDE's Dolphin custom actions as well as the command line.

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Created by Linerd 4 years 40 weeks ago – Made popular 4 years 40 weeks ago
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ImageMagick Fun

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One of my professors mailed us a PDF of a scanned document to read (and print out) for the next class. Being that is was scanned in there was a lot of excess black in the picture. I don’t know about you, but printing 2 large blocks of solid black, for 22 pages, doesn’t sound like a wise investment of toner. But ah! Why don’t I just crop off the excess part? This has to be easy, right?

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Batch Watermark Images in Linux

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The composite command from ImageMagick provides an easy way to watermark images. Without too much work you can write a script to do batch processing of your images. This way you can watermark a whole directory of images at once.

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Created by Linerd 5 years 18 weeks ago – Made popular 5 years 18 weeks ago
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