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Please contact me (email@example.com 617 353-8255) if you have questions and I'll
be happy to help.
Photoshop Actions for batch processing
Sequence of GIF images and resulting Animated GIF file anim.gif from
executing the command 'convert -delay 20 .loop 0 file*.gif anim.gif'
Perl script 'annotate.pl' and an Input directory (Images) and Output
directory (ImagesOut). This script is an example of combining Perl
and ImageMagick. The script adds a colored border to each image and
then adds a text author note in the bottom right of the image. The
script is executed by the command 'annotate.pl Images ImagesOut'
(directory names are arbitrary). Output directory will be created if
it does not exist yet. The script assumes original images are 512x384
for positioning of the text. This script is very basic and written
specifically as an example for the Workshop, originally without the
intent of making it available.
One issue with this script is that it will overwrite files of the same
name as the output files in the output directory if they already exist.
Using scripts like this can be quite risky in terms of your files so
if working with them, please ALWAYS safely backup your original files
I have previously written a fair number of Perl scripts which I find
useful for working with images and am happy to provide them upon
request. However, due to the risk issue mentioned above, I am not
placing them here to simply be downloaded.
Example images used in the Powerpoint slides.
5 example images in BMP format. These are here just to work with and
really will not be useful to you.
Some commands used in ImageMagick and other programs during the