I have an ancient script to do jsut that - with nice options to set-up
spacing between each image.
I've just updated it to work with GIMP 2.8/2.9 -- The source code is at:
Paste that file as is(*) in your GIMP's plug-in directory. if you are
on Mac or Linux, mark it as executable
Upon GIMP restart, it should show up as "File->Create->Contact Sheet".
(*) If you have no notion of how to deal with program files, and are
on Windows follow these steps - roughly:
-Copy all the text on that link with ctrl + a, ctrl + c;
- open Windows' notepad (NOT word, libreoffice, wordpad) - or install
"notepadplusplus" if notepad does not exist/does not work anymore.
- paste the file contents there
- save it as "contacts.py" on your GIMP plug-in folder (you can see
its location in GIMP under "edit->preferences->folders->plug-ins"
On 25 June 2015 at 17:06, anonymousbrad <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:
>>The least painful way? Look up Imagemagick montage.
>>What are the dimensions of your photos? You may be able to load them
>>as layers in GIMP and use the G'MIC version of montage as well.
> Thanks, I looked up imagemagick montage but it's all command line?? I just
> figure out how to use it.
> the photos are 200x300
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