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Old Feb 2, 2006, 6:08 PM   #1
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I am the author of bbips, an image processing script that runs from the command line. Written in bash, it makes heavy use of Image Magick and can do quite a few things now

The website is http://www.bbips.org

and the code is available at sourceforge.... it's all free of course

BBIPS VER  0.3.5

 -------- Image Processing Menu ---------

 1) Main Menu
 2) Rotate Images
 3) Create Thumbnails
 4) Custom Resize Images
 5) Resize Images to 400x400 max
 6) Put Text on Images
 7) Add Border to Images
 8) Convert Images to Black and White
 9) Flop Images Horizontally
 10) Flip Images Vertically
 11) Colorize Images
 12) Normalize Images
 13) Paint Images
 14) Solarize Images
 0) Exit

Please choose one of the options above :
I've used this script to manipulate 1600 hi-res images at a time, and it's pretty quick. It only works on Linux systems, but I would be EXTREMELY grateful to any Linux users out there that would like to comment on it or make suggestions.

This utility runs from the command line, and does not have a graphical interface. It is however very powerful and somewhat easy to modify as it is written in bash.

I started writing this as I have tons of pictures and manipulating them one at a time was way too time consuming a process.
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