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On Wednesday 04 February 2004 12:05 pm, Dirk Völlger wrote:
> Hi there,
> I am a new gimp user as well as a new list member. I have got the
question: I took a series of pictures (measures) and I have
> to normalize and equalize them to see any result. Is there any perl
> skript or smth. else that does this step with all the pictures I have
> because it is impossible to treat ~ 50 pictures seperately (no time ...)
> I have never used perl, so I also do not know how to use it with gimp.
> Any help, tutorial or hint would be cool because it is quite urgent.
Assuming it can do the job (and it can do a lot of jobs), your best option
is probably not the GIMP, but rather ImageMagick, which provides set of
command line tools for doing all sorts of image operations.
You mentioned normalizing and equalizing. To do that with ImageMagick, you
would just run, e.g.:
mogrify -normalize -equalize *.JPG
If you find that ImageMagick won't do it, then you should look into
scripting the GIMP. I recommend writing your scripts in Python, but it
really depends on what you're most comfortable with -- or most interested
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