On Thursday 19 October 2006 12:59 pm, Goldoni Guido wrote:
> Is it possible with Gimp to apply a set of actions on a set of
> graphic files?
If said set of files is in a numerated order (like img-000.jpg,
img-001.jpg, etc...) you can install the GAP (Gimp Video Plug-in) to
Otherwise, there is no trivial way to do so, you'd need to do some
Depending on the nature of the actions (like resizeing, rotating),
gimp-people usually recommend that people use ImageMagick instead of
GIMP. ImageMagick consist of a set of command line applications that
can perform these actions on images. It comes pre-installed in all
desktop linux distributions and is easy to get for windows as well.
(use the command "convert" once you get i.m. in)
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