Use this tag for questions related to the changing/combining of files containing pictures or other images. (Dumps of filesystems are often called images, but handling those is not called image-manipulation)

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Open source duplicate image finder for Linux?

Is there a free and open source duplicate image finder for Linux based systems? Finding exact duplicates (based on content, not file name) is sufficient for me, but the ability to find similar images ...
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Resize a very tiny xcf image without blurring or dithering it

I have some drawings I made with an Intuos tablet. All of these drawings are 25x35 or so. The color of each pixel was very carefully selected. They're kind of like 'miniatures.' I need to resize ...
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Change Linux boot logo

I want to change the penguin logo that appears on boot. I looked into it and found this command: pngtopnm nelogo.png | ppmquant -fs223| pnmtoplainpnm > logo_linux_clut224.ppm But when I tried it ...
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Convert pdf to jpg keeping the same name; resize & create thumbs then rename?

I have a lot of pdf files (3308) on which I must apply four steps: 1) I have to convert all to jpg I found this little script on the web with ImageMagick: batch converting pdf to jpg I want to do ...
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How can I generate CMYK images via the command line under Linux?

I have an application I have developed which is generating RGB PNG images with text on them via imageMagic, like so: convert -size 1000x1000 -density 300 xc:white -pointsize 24 \ -fill "rgb(0,0,0)" ...
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Convert a folder of images into a multi-page pdf file using command line tools?

I have a folder with 100 jpg images. I want to convert these images into a multi-page pdf file, with all the images (cropped to A4 size). They are already in the correct rotation. Which tools should ...
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imagemagick creating one big image by piling up thousand of images of the same width?

I've got a few tens of thousands of images all of 2000 pixel width, and I would like to pile them up in one big image of summed up height and 2000 pixel width. I guess there must be a way to do that ...
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Image (having text-and-numbers) to text-file matching [:alnum:] nicely with some Unix -tool?

Suppose a photograph with text and numbers. I want to manage it in my editor with tools such as grep, standard text-processing things such as Vim's block-highlighting and also more advanced things ...
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Batch delete exif info

How can I recursively remove the EXIF info from several thousand JPG files?
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Are there any animation programs for animating static images?

I'd like to make a simple movie with my kids. I've taken some pictures of toys and cropped them to be the characters. I'd like to make a movie where these move against some background (ie the ...
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Clipboard for images

I often read some text with images and often happens that the text talks about an image that is on the next page and next page and previous page and I have to go back and forward and usually forget ...
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Resizing and croping images to an aspect ratio of 6x4 with width of 1024 pixels

I have a mixed set of images, each one has a slightly different resolution with a slightly different aspect ratio from other images. I have tried using commands like convert -resize and convert ...
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Extract graphs from PDFs

I have a situation where I need to extract images from lots of PDF files and display them on a website. My PDFs have "regular" images as well as lots of graphs. I used pdf2xml and it pulls out the ...
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pdf to jpg without quality loss; gscan2pdf

When I convert a pdf file to bunch of jpg files using convert -quality 100 file.pdf page_%04d.jpg I have appreciable quality loss. However if I do the following, there is no (noticeable) quality ...
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Writing to picture which is scanned document

I have a scanned contract and I need to change only a few names and dates in the contract. It's easy to scan the document but impossible to ocr the document and open in *.doc format. Is there an ...
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Oneliner for slicing an image?

I'm looking for a oneliner command that would slice an image into given proportions. Say input would be filename and slice dimensions. Are there any standard command-line tools for this? I tried ...
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Measuring the length of a curved line

Is there a software tool that will allow me to measure the length of a curved line? I have a series of lines in an image that I want to measure the length of. I have a tablet so I can trace over the ...
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How to scale xvfb?

I'm looking to develop a web-application that translates request parameters into a PNG/GIF chart. I'm looking to reuse an open source charting library, but I have concerns about the scalability. A ...
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What tools to use to eliminate metadata in graphics files?

What tools can I use to delete all the EXIF, IPTC, XMP, etc metadata from graphics files?
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remove extra tilespace from a montage (ImageMagick) composite image?

I have a bunch of photos. They're all the same height, and I'm trying to put them together into a composite image using ImageMagick's montage program via Bash. The problem is that by default, the tile ...
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Montage together five gifs

I have five gifs all with the same number of frames and the same framerate. Is it possible to montage these together into one gif where each frame is similar to a normal montage of static images and ...