It's possible using something like BIMP (Batch Image processing in GIMP),
or to code a script. Otherwise, it may be something best handled by
imagemagick? (I normally turn to imagemagick/g'mic for batch processing
vs. GIMP personally). Could you link/attach the doc or a page of the pdf
that shows the problem?
On Sat, Sep 12, 2015 at 10:16 AM FrGuidoSarducci <for...@gimpusers.com>
> I have a 250+ page PDF document. Every page of this document contains an
> image. The original image that was scanned was on off-white paper. I
> want to
> print the PDF on white paper, but the off-white background of the original
> stands out. I am unable to get the original images.
> I was able to get rid of the off-white color thru GIMP (2.8.14) using
> Select->By Color and then Bucket Fill. I am new enough at GIMP that I
> know if it's possible to make this change on all of the images at once.
> Is this
> possible? if so, can someone point me in the right direction? Thanks.
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