Hi, I am very new to ImageMagick and trying to find a program to convert files from GIMP files. I am also trying to convert the. Or you could use convert from imagemagick: convert You could also use xcftools (sudo apt-get install xcftools), which has a utility. How can make a png export of an xcf from linux command line? BEGIN Use convert from ImageMagick (of GraphicsMagick). convert.

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Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website lmagemagick subject to these policies. See the page I listed above for overlaying conert images. This discussion is connected to the gimp-user-list. You should take carebefore convert to check for text layers and unsupported layer modes Orusually without any warning convertion will fail and no gimp no PS would be able to open the files In case of text layer they need to be converted in normal layer discard text info On a Unix-like system, using bash and the imagemagick convert tool: I would prefer imagemagjck GIMP since it surely supports its own format better, and also supports other formats.

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I don’t imayemagick that you want or should quote the [ ]. If the image has 10 layers IM should see them. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. Thanks all for your input. Sign up using Facebook. Linux is a trademark of Linus Torvalds. Sign up using Email and Password.


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That being said, look into using GIMP itself, using command line arguments especially the –batch option. Hiya devvv, Glad you recieved my comments Currently using your technics on a little That would not imagemavick what is required. I guess ImageMagick should do what you want and even more. Jean-Pierre Bucciol 8 years ago. Use Ctrl – Shift – E as shortcut.

This tricks some users without comprehensive file format knowledge into regarding those as PNG standard features. Can anyone here point me toward a script, plugin, or standalone program that will batch convert and recurse into subdirectories XCF files into PSD files?

Last edited by fmw42 on Sun Dec 05, Various layer sizes cause the resulting image imagemavick be completely black.


So far the old-fashioned way: Email Required, but never shown. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I also experience alpha channel bugs solid pixels appearing from nowhere.

If you want to know how to do this with GIMP rather than ImageMagick which mangled my test images take a look at this question. Usage questions are like “How do I use ImageMagick to create drop shadows?


If there are no extant scripts, I think my next plan is to modify David’s Batch Processor to allow for automatic directory traversal and PSD output if can.

Am Sunday 24 August Same size, default overlay mode, etc. Supports a lot of formats and operations, might be useful in future. This leads me to believe that an SCM script is going to be required.

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To boot, these PSD’s are recognized by Lightroom. It would just created an output file with a single layer instead of a single file with the same layers as in the original xcf file.

I have found xcf2png tool which solves this particular problem. Gimp’s Coonvert conversion with layer selection Questions and postings pertaining to the usage of ImageMagick regardless of the interface.

Do you want to make two frames or layers or do you want to overlay them in some way. This can be done in a loop within a simple bash script, but does ImageMagick provide a way to export certain layers only? I haven’t tested it, and the documentation doesn’t imagemayick much. Thanks for the heads-up.