Hello Sven, thanks for the link and the help.
there is a thing that i don't understand, my script is opening the file and so the thumbnail is generated by Gimp automaticly when closing gimp. I thought using gimp-file-save-thumbnail would be faster and uses less memory then opening the files like i did. But now i read the documentation and see to use gimp-file-save-thumbnail i have to open the file first to get the image ID. So my question is: Is there an advantage using gimp-file-save-thumbnail? - |\/\/\/| | | | (O)(O) Bart. C _) [EMAIL PROTECTED] | ,_/ | / - Ich bin nicht berechtigt Aushilfslehrer zu feuern - / \ http://www.neeneenee.de Am Sonntag, den 02.12.2007, 15:30 +0100 schrieb Sven Neumann: > Hi, > > On Sun, 2007-12-02 at 12:56 +0100, Eckhard M. Jäger wrote: > > > thanx for that. I tried something like > > > > gimp -i -n -f -d -s -b '(gimp-file-save-thumbnail /path/to/image.psd)' > > -b '(gimp-quit 0)' > > > > but i didn't get it work :( > > Have a look at the documentation again (hint: I gave you a link). Your > call misses the ID of the image (that you need to obtain by opening it > in GIMP beforehand). And your filename needs to be in parenthesis. > > > Sven > >
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