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Although GraphicsMagick is a fork of ImageMagick, there are dissimilarities between the two, namely in the support of image stacking in ImageMagick, but not in GraphicsMagick. Taken from the ImageMagick documentation:

convert wand.gif \( wizard.gif -rotate 30 \) +append images.gif

In this example, the rotate command is applied only to the wizard.gif resource. My question is: Is there an equivalent to image stacking in GraphicsMagick?

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No, there is nothing like this in GraphicsMagick. If you are willing to write a script using one of the scripting extensions, or write a C/C++ program using the GraphicsMagick library, then anything becomes possible.

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