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ImageMagick installing TrueType Font Support

I am trying to install ImageMagick from source, but I can not get it to install truetype. $ ./configure Option Value ...
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Batch convert with imagemagick jp2 to jpg

What command i need to run to put in img/ folder with same name on ubuntu jpg file with 35% quality converter from jp2? On windows i run such bat: for /d %%d in (*) do ( for %%f in ("%%~d\*.jp2") ...
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What is the Ubuntu package for Image Magick Wand Development?

What is the Ubuntu package for Image Magick Wand Development ? Please help. apt-get install ....
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Convert grayscale image into alpha channel image in unix shell

I have a gray-scale image. I want to convert it into an transparent PNG, such that the black pixels (in the original image) become fully opaque, the white pixels become fully transparent, a 50% grey ...
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How can I tell if my image is CMYK from Linux command line?

I'm converting images from RGB to CMYK. How can I tell if my image is CMYK from the Linux command line?
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ImageMagick “display” command returns “delegate library support not built-in” error [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Cannot run 'display' after ImageMagick install on Ubuntu When I enter: # display logo.gif I get the following error: display: delegate library support not ...
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terminal transparency, Imagemagick, and X11 root window problem

I use Ubuntu Natty, urxvt (with 256 colours), and Imagemagick (display -window root [...]) to set the root window to a picture. When I use the transparancy (-tr) option on urxvt, I get the Ubuntu X ...
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imagemagick “CONVERT” command finer points under Ubuntu 10.4

I'm struggling a little with the command line running imagemagick. I need to convert many .jpg files to many PDF files. Each PDF has one jpg contained inside. I fount lots of tutorials on how to ...
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Cannot run 'display' after ImageMagick install on Ubuntu

I'm trying to install ImageMagick to my Ubuntu box. I've run the following command: sudo aptitude install imagemagick Now whenever I try to run 'display' from the command line, I get an error ...