GIMP batch processing plugin..


LiamD

Link Posted 21/12/2008 - 12:31
Hi all,

for those using GIMP, I found this..

David's Batch Processor (Link goes to a web page, not an executable)

this morning. It's a batch processing plugin (hence the title)

I've tried it, and it works great. I practiced on a *(copy of a) folder with 100mB of images, resized them to 150px and ran it, including adding a "_tn" suffix, and it took a few seconds.. new folder size 442kB. Does exactly what it says on the tin.

Cheers

Liam

* It will bever overwrite a file according to the page, and I beleive it.. I just never work on an original file.
Liam


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Last Edited by LiamD on 21/12/2008 - 12:34

Aiki

Link Posted 21/12/2008 - 20:10
Great!
Thanks. I,m slowly discovering Gimp and this was one things that I was wodering.....
Once I will try when I find time
Aiki

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aminstar

Link Posted 06/01/2009 - 19:56
Liam
The batch processor is really great. Works great and its very very useful.
One question though, I cant seem to find a way of creating the output folder so that the new files go all into a separate folder. It keeps going into the same folder with the original files. Have you managed to crack that one up?

Thanks

Amin
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aminstar

Link Posted 06/01/2009 - 20:05
Hi Liam, sorry I managed to find out, it was in the previous tab which asked me to rename the files.

Thanks

Amin
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Mongoose

Link Posted 07/01/2009 - 08:40
looks good, I'll be trying that
you don't have to be mad to post here



but it does help
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