Your distribution probably has imagemagick. Use imagemagick to batch
convert and watermark.

Take a look at this:


On Sun, Sep 28, 2014 at 2:34 PM, ermns <> wrote:
> Hello everyone :-)
> I am a very new user to Gimp for Linux.
> I do understand computers but I have not extensive knowledge of photo editing.
> So this is what I would like help with.
> I have a bunch of photos that I would like to resize and Watermark.
> 1. Is there a way I could resize all photos in a folder, or the ones I choose 
> to
> a certain width, height etc.?
> 2. I am trying to Watermark with text and a photo these photos.  I have used 
> two
> scripts which work pretty well.
> I have found these scripts here :
> I have managed to make them watermark just fine.
> If someone knows of a way to watermark multiple photos that would be great.
> I have found this software
> but it does not do the job I need.
> 3. I have a problem with cropping in an oval shape the photo I want.
> I took a photo and used the oval selection tool.
> Then cropped to selection but it does not select only the oval shape, but the
> whole rectangle.
> Then I choose Image - Grayscale and I export.
> The problems I have are two:  When I watermark with that picture, I see the
> rectangle and not the oval shape, and most importantly I see the selection 
> saved
> with the photo.
> What you see in the picture is what I get after I watermark.
> It is the photo which is cropped in an oval shape, but it seems that when I
> saved it, it saved the rectangle selection as well.
> Also if the background is not white, then I can see the white rectangle as
> well...
> Could someone please help me?
> Thanks
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