Projects / batchgimp


batchgimp is a batch processor for rendering of images. It uses a command-line interface, and supports JPEG, GIF, PNG, and PSD file formats. It accesses the GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP) plug-in structure to provide image processing functions. Images are processed in a batch for an entire directory. batchgimp is written in Perl and interfaces with the Scheme scripting engine provided by the GIMP.

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Recent releases

  •  04 Aug 2004 05:09

    Release Notes: This release adds a perspective function.

    •  07 Dec 2003 11:26

      Release Notes: This version enables calling of twenty-one new GIMP functions in batch mode, including plug-ins and scripts. In total, around sixty-two modular image transformations are available for the command-line, and many more if strung together in multiple changes in JPEG, PDF, GIF, PNG, PSD, PostScript, and TIFF file formats.

      •  09 Sep 2003 12:31

        Release Notes: Comments and help defaults from the command line have been supplemented. New plug-ins scripts were added for despeckling batches of photographs, such as those taken with digital cameras.

        •  18 Aug 2003 12:30

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          Recent comments

          16 Aug 2004 14:45 somedudeppf

          Re: info

          > I have some questions about batchgimp..

          > who can answer them?

          no one.. :-)

          25 Feb 2004 13:07 somedudeppf

          I have some questions about batchgimp.. who can answer them?


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