Image Commander is a simple program for bulk picture processing. It is set up as a two panel file manager. Users can select operations for processing. It is possible to save information about all accepted operations. At every configuration step of the operation, the user can view a result picture. Finally, after hitting F5 (processing), all files selected in the current panel will be processed with all selected and accepted operations.
|Tags||pictures Processing Image commander|
|Operating Systems||Linux Distributions|
Release Notes: A new dialog was added that gives the user the ability to view the progress of the processing of an image as well as the ability to interrupt processing. This dialog also lets users change the names of processed images. Several corrections have been made to speed up the program. Flags have been changed in the project package for better compatibility with ImageMagick.
Release Notes: New functions were added: watermark, rotate, and border. New color functions were added: gray scale, negate, normalize, minimize noise, and equalize. The implementation of the viewer was changed so the user can rotate a picture, mark it, and delete it.
Release Notes: This release adds code for ImageMagick exception handling. It implements a 'try all' function that gives users the ability to view how all operations act. There are small corrections to avoid compiler warnings.