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I have a simple, 200x200 PNG. I need to have it in 358 more hues. I could save 358 copies of the same picture in Paint.NET, manually adjusting, but that's a bit silly. Is there some sort of web app that would do this for me? Does Photoshop have a feature that could do this?

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imagemagik, though i don't know the exact invocations necessary. – Journeyman Geek Sep 8 '11 at 0:58
    
convert image -modulate 0,0,hue? Is that right? – Ryan O'Hara Sep 8 '11 at 1:10
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You can script this in Photoshop actions; record an action that does a Hue/Saturation/Lightness adjust incrementing the hue by 1 degree, then save the file. You can duplicate these two actions as many times as you need in the Action pane. After 360 adjustments, you should be back where you started...

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