You might then consider ImageMagick. It's intended for this kind of thing,
as opposed to a lot of user interaction.
On Mon, Apr 02, 2001 at 07:40:27PM +0300, Juhana Sadeharju wrote:
> Hello. I would be able to process hundrets of scanned textual
> images in an user friendly manner:
> -No open file dialogs; "next image" button would be fine
> -I should be able to define a rectangle (for cropping) to each image
> -Cropping and other operations should then be done off-line (in patch
> The image operations include: cropping, text skew detection, rotation
> by the skew angle, greyscale balancing over the whole image, greyscale
> level quantization (to a fewer amount of levels). After all these are
> done, then each image are padded to the same size.
> I would appreciate if the amount of user interaction and the waiting times
> are kept in minimum. I have ideas on this if this requires some script or
> plug-in development.
> Best regards,
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