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Old 03-30-2011, 08:47 PM   #1
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PDD to jpeg

I have around a hundred PDD files. Gimp will open each and allow me to convert to jpeg. The process will be slow. Does anyone know a way to do this in batch mode? I have tried imagemagick and convert with no luck so far.
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Well, there's this useful Gimp plugin that allows batch processes:

Useful when convert can't do something. I haven't tested it tho, because I don't know what a pdd is.


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