That's the conclusion I came to as well. I am still figuring out how to do
raw CR2 files, but the script below does handle multi-page TIFFs just fine.
It's a PowerShell (Windows) wrapper around ImageMagick. Not elegant, and
the formatting on blogger kinda sucks (I'll fix that someday), but here it
magick all happens with this single command:
- convert image.tif image.xcf
On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 4:40 AM, Deniz Dogan <deniz.a.m.do...@gmail.com>wrote:
> 2010/6/6 Dillon <dillonontheco...@gmail.com>:
> > Someone off-list suggested ImageMagick. Some googling shows this
> > convert mulitple.tif single%d.tif
> > I think this will create multiple files, each representing a page from
> > tif.
> > Since I planned on wrapping all my script-fu in PowerShell, I could
> insert a
> > call to imagemagick to create a temp folder of split-up TIFs, which my
> > script-fu could convert to XCF.
> > I'd rather do the whole thing in script-fu, as I anticipate doing some
> > filtering and stuff via GIMP.
> > If I start down the ImageMagick route, I may just go with a
> > PowerShell/ImageMagick approach and leave out the script-fu.
> > Any strong suggestions on going one way or the other? I'll still do all
> > manual editing in GIMP, but maybe not any of the batch work ...
> I personally don't think there's much of an advantage using Script-Fu
> as opposed to ImageMagick when it comes to batch processing.
> ImageMagick is widely used in all kinds of applications. It also has
> an abundance of filtering capabilities that you can easily use.
> That being said, I'm neither an ImageMagick wizard nor a Script-Fu/GIMP
> Deniz Dogan
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