On Sat, Aug 18, 2012 at 7:07 PM, Daniel Smith <opened...@gmail.com> wrote:
> That must be one heck of a big file. I used to work in graphics
> but nothing like that.
> This topic reminds me of the woman a while back who was
> making a giant fabric image like a mile long?

It's probably not that bad, since they are grayscale and
JPEG-compressed.  By the OP's desire to save as CCITT 1-bit, I infer
that they're probably document scans, so the JPEG/TIFF compression
would keep the file size down.

Since there's nothing in the procedure browser that seems to deal with
multipage TIFFs, I'm not sure GIMP can be scripted to deal with them
though.  Some time ago, I looked at extending what was exposed to the
procedure browser but I couldn't really make heads or tails of it.

Hmm - how about getting ImageMagick to just split the TIFFs into
individual files, then running the batch plug-in or your own script?


PS - I'm a freelancer and dabble in a bit of everything.  Feel free to
contact me off-list if you'd want to hire me to look into it for you.
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