I need to adjust a big bunch of pictures with autocontrast and rotation 90 degrees clockvise.

I wonder how a command that would take care of the whole lot by itself would look like?

Does somebody know? I would be grategul for help.

Best Greetings / Tommy

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(20 Apr '11, 14:11) rfelsburg ♦

The package you're looking for is ImageMagick it runs from the command line and has so many options I'm not even going to try and begin to explain them. There's a ton of details here: http://www.imagemagick.org/script/index.php

It wouldn't surprise me if you already had it installed, but if you don't it's only an apt-get install away.


answered 11 Jul '10, 18:59

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Thank You Amos!

As you say, there is a lot of options in this powerful program. I managed to create a string that fixed the bunch of photos in one go!

Best Regards/ Tommy

(30 Jul '10, 08:47) Tommy Skogsberg

I also use a program called renrot, to rename-rotate based on the exif information of the photo. http://freshmeat.net/projects/renrot/


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