I would leave the tifs alone as your original/base files, and only convert
to xcf as you need for processing them. No need to double your disk usage
just to have them ahead of time (it will happen as you touch them anyway,
assuming you save them as xcf after processing)...
On Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 2:31 PM, Joseph A. Nagy, Jr
> On 06/21/13 14:26, Pat David wrote:
>> I'm curious, why the desire to batch-export to .xcf? You can batch
>> directly to .png and/or leave the .tif as they are, and allow GIMP to
>> import them when you want to work on them (and _then_ save to .xcf as
>> you work).
> I only saved to tif because I used the printer software's scan function
> which only offered bmp, jpg, tif, and png as out-put options. I felt tif
> would be 'good enough' until I could get them set up on my laptop (my
> wife's computer doesn't have The GIMP, space is at a premium on her machine
> atm and just no room or justification for a program she won't use). Once I
> have them in xcf, the tif's will go away. Maybe. I dunno. It sounded like a
> good idea at 2:30 this morning.
> *walks away for more coffee*
> Yours in Christ,
> Joseph A Nagy Jr
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