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Re: batch process jpegs

Quoting mick crane (2019-05-01 19:59:06)
> I've got a bunch of jpgs from the camera where the bits I want are a bit 
> underexposed. What I'd like is a GUI that will batch process them.
> It's been a few years since I processed any camera images and I seem to 
> have forgotten what my workflow was.
> I think I might be able to do it with Graphic::Magick if I could give it 
> some sensible numbers and nip2 looks like it can do it so I'm reading 
> the docs for that.
> I can't quite see how to use Gimp script-fu thing.
> Any suggestions for available GUI that will batch process jpgs ?

The king of photo editing nowadays is darktable - can be confusing to 
navigate at first, but is quite powerful - also does batch processing.

But if you mean shell scripting then you want something else - and for 
each of perl, python, ruby, haskell, java, etc. there is no doubt 
several capable photo processing libraries if you want even more 
"scripting" than shell.  :-)

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