:-(  the same doesn't work for me. and, the 'display' can only display
one layer of the image too.  what's the cause ?  the original three
layers in the image was got from the 'decomposite' command of GIMP.

thanks.

On 4/20/06, T F <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 4/20/06, steven woody <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > i have many xcf files each has sperated layers for each color ( r, g,
> > b ).  now, i run convert on them with a '-flatten' switch as below:
> >
> > convert a.xcf -flatten b.jpg
> >
> > but the result is not as expected, i only get a picture with one color.
>
>
>
> when using version:
>
> /usr/bin/convert -version
> Version: ImageMagick 6.0.7 02/20/06 Q16
>
> this works for me under bash:
>
> /usr/bin/convert -flatten -quality 95 $i ${i/xcf/jpg}
>
> but in general, i use:
>
> convert -version
> Version: ImageMagick 6.2.6 04/13/06 Q8
>
> for some reason, the same command line didn't work anymore after I
> upgraded to 6.2.6, so as a quick work around, I use the old version
> 6.0.7 for flattening.
>
> best, mike
>


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woody
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