GraphicsMagick-1.3.35-lp152.1.1+libGraphicsMagick-Q16-3-1.3.35-lp152.1.1.x86_64.xzm (2.42 MB)
(tested in Porteus 5.0rc1 XFCE, but it should work in all other DEs as well)
The md5sum is like filehorst says:
To get it, first wait 15 seconds "Dein Download wird jetzt vorbereitet." (Your download is being prepared)
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Then click "Jetzt zur Download-Seite" (now to the download page)
Then click "Dein Download steht nun bereit. Klicke hier, um ihn zu starten." (Your download is ready. Click here to start downloading it)
I prefer the fork GraphicsMagick over the original, ImageMagick
The fork not only emphasizes stability, but also other reasons:GraphicsMagick is a fork of ImageMagick, emphasizing stability of both programming API and command-line options. It was branched off ImageMagick's version 5.5.2 in 2002 after irreconcilable differences emerged in the developers' group.
https://marc.info/?l=imagemagick-develo ... 831767&w=2
As one might imagine, a large project as ImageMagick having only one maintainer is a less that ideal approach.At the end of November, 2002, Cristy (principle author of ImageMagick)
decided to make ImageMagick a personal project again, as it had been
from 1991 to 1998. The ImageMagick project is still open source, but
is maintained and developed by Cristy.
(emphasis by me)The objectives of GraphicsMagick are to:
o Use an open development model.
o Encourage new developers to join the project.
o Avoid unnecessary source code "churn".
o Establish and preserve a stable API.
o Use efficient coding practices which result in fast code.
o Improve memory efficiency.
o Use a release process which assures a working product.
o Maintain an accurate ChangeLog.
Unlike ImageMagick, there is only one binary in GraphicsMagick - "gm" - and no symlinks.
You get help for a single command e.g. for mogrify via gm mogrify -help or via the gm man page.
Cave! Some commands might overwrite the input file! Make sure you understand the syntax of the gm commands prior using them on the only original files without having made backups.
The commands known to gm are as follows:
Therefore for your convenience I give some examples how you use it in the CLI. Cave! Some examples use IF and OF as short for Infile and Outfile. These are meant to have the file extension included, e.g. IF being "whatever.png" and not as "whatever".
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animate - animate a sequence of images batch - issue multiple commands in interactive or batch mode benchmark - benchmark one of the other commands compare - compare two images composite - composite images together conjure - execute a Magick Scripting Language (MSL) XML script convert - convert an image or sequence of images display - display an image on a workstation running X help - obtain usage message for named command identify - describe an image or image sequence import - capture an application or X server screen mogrify - transform an image or sequence of images montage - create a composite image (in a grid) from separate images time - time one of the other commands version - obtain release version
I hope my few examples help you to start using GM right away.
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Convert all PNGs into JPEGs using a higher that standard quality, but only 67% of the original size: verbose gm mogrify -verbose -format jpeg -quality 93 -geometry 67% *png non verbose gm mogrify -format jpeg -quality 93 -geometry 67% *png convert, resize, without verbose gm convert -quality 93 -geometry 204% input.jpg output_204.jpg mogrify, force new resolution even when aspect ratio gets changed with "!": gm mogrify -quality 93 -geometry 683x384! intro*.png crop: width 1013 - height 1092 - X Offset 553 - Y Offset 54 gm mogrify -quality 100 -crop 1013x1092+533+54 IN.png Rotate with black background, your first have to define the background colour like so: gm convert -quality 93 -background black -rotate -45 name.png name_r.jpg Width maximal 1920, height maximal 1080 px : (-geometry width x height): gm convert -quality 93 -geometry 1920x1080 IF OF Width maximal 1080, height maximal 1920 px : (-geometry height x width) gm convert -quality 93 -geometry 1080x1920 IF OF