Is it possible to take an image from the clipboard and output it to a file (using X)? I can do this with text easily: $ xclip -selection c -o > file.text But when I try the above with an image ...
I have a lot of .png images in a folder. Is there a command (or software) that can convert all them to .jpg and (simultaneously) rescale the created .jpg files to 25% of their original size?
I posted this on raspberrypi.stackexchange but was directed here. I'm new to Linux / Unix, and I'm trying to get a tether / display script going with gphoto2. gphoto2 --capture-tethered ...
I have several image files in a directory. These images are similar size and have same background color. How can I make all images same size by adding background like this attached image?
I'm trying to find a way to filter through thousands of jpg files, and keep only the files with a certain attribute (such as the camera brand with which the picture was captured). How can I do so?