On Mon, Apr 25, 2011 at 07:50:52PM +0200, zsolt wrote:
> Hi, I need help how to add watermark to images from command line.
> I downloaded watermark.scm and watermark-it.scm, but cold not find how to 
> invoke it in any of the forums ...
> I am looking for something like:
>  gimp -i -b '(watermark "soureImage.jpg" "watermark.jpg" opacity)' -b 
> '(gimp-quit 0)'
> or similar combinations. I tried many combinations but always get:
> batch command experienced an execution error
> It is hard to figure out what the issue is as there is no detailed error 
> message.

I will be readinganswers to this with interest as doing things from the
command line are tricky.

What I do to watermark images is using ImageMagick as that is much easier
to use. http://www.imagemagick.org/Usage/annotating/#watermarking has
examples with with text and images.

> This is written under the influence of tv channel
> 2 be (as there was nothing else on).

> I am now watching : Zware Jongens - North Sea
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