On 02/25/2011 01:55 PM, Ofnuts wrote:
> On 02/25/2011 06:13 PM, Burnie West wrote:
>> On 02/25/2011 08:40 AM, Ofnuts wrote:
>>> On 02/25/2011 04:55 PM, Dragonlord666 wrote:
>>>> I've searched the forum but cannot find a way to do this.
>>>> it's probably looking me in the face but......
>>>> What I need to do is, take an image, split it into strips about 1/4 inch
>>>> wide but have them so I can put them back.
>>>> the actual size of the slices can be varied but each slice has to be the
>>>> same size across the whole image.
>>>> is there a way to do this using GIMP on a mac?
>>>> I did see a add in but it was for windows only.
>>> Put guides where you want the strips borders to be and use
>>> Image/Transform/Guillotine that will create N images (you still have to
>>> save each by hand).
>> Inkscape is an ideal tool for dividing images into multiple pieces. This
>> be done from the command line with a script. It might particularly well
>> your case if you have several images, all the same size, and the strip
>> in pixels can be calculated.
> Aren't you confusing Inkscape and ImageMagick here? Because I would also
> recommend ImageMagick if this were to be scripted.
Actually not - I've used inkscape this way a fair amount; I have not used
ImageMagick; I have no doubt it would work as well.
As an example, I have a one-line script that cuts a specific block out of a
large number of images:
for it in `ls *.png`; do inkscape -f $it -a 267:53:1156:582 -e charts/$it; done
the four numbers separated by colons are the lower right and upper left corners
of the image
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