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Old 07-19-2005, 02:02 PM   #1
LinuxLala
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ImageMagick -- Command line Graphical Suite


This is a shameless plug. I had done a three part series for OSTG. Here are links to the three articles, with a brief on what each covers:

ImageMagick: A graphics wizard for the command line covers simple image manipulations from the command line. This is a starters guide.

Advanced image editing from the command line with ImageMagick Here I talk about the cool things like creating 2d-3d images, logos, mosaics etc.

Command-line animations using ImageMagick This is the most recent and the last of the series. It covers creating animations from the command line.


Enjoy!

Edit: Thanks for the link fixes TG. It's been so long since I posted any links here at LQ that I had forgotten the syntax.

Last edited by LinuxLala; 07-20-2005 at 09:17 AM.
 
Old 07-20-2005, 08:40 AM   #2
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Re: ImageMagick -- Command line Graphical Suite

Quote:
Originally posted by LinuxLala
This is a shameless plug. I had done a three part series for OSTG. Here are links to the three articles, with a brief on what each covers:

* ImageMagick: A graphics wizard for the command line covers simple image manipulations from the command line. This is a starters guide.

* Advanced image editing from the command line with ImageMagick Here I talk about the cool things like creating 2d-3d images, logos, mosaics etc.

* Command-line animations using ImageMagick This is the most recent and the last of the series. It covers creating animations from the command line.


Enjoy!
I like it when people write docs. Thanks.

(fixed your links btw. )

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