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I have scanned a lot of family photos, 2 by 2 (and sometimes more), and I need to batch-process them in order to get one file / scanned photograph. I would need to:

  • Separate the 2+ scanned photographs present in the file
  • Remove whitespace around each one of them
  • Auto-rotate each one of them (because some are slightly tilted)

And I need to process 100's of them.

Is there a software that do this?

I would prefer Linux software if possible.

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The photos have different sizes? Also, are they placed in different positions on each scan? – Zuul Jul 3 '12 at 17:59
@Zuul: yes and yes. – Pierre Gardin Jul 4 '12 at 11:23
Humm.. I've been playing around with a solution for this, I'll place an answer with what I've accomplished! – Zuul Jul 4 '12 at 11:26

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