ImageMagick is a set of command line utilities to modify, transform, and convert images. The utilities are available for all major OSes.

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Using Ghostscript to convert multi-page PDF into single JPG?

I know Ghostscript can convert PDFs to JPGs, and in the case of a multi-page PDF, can rip each page to an individual JPG. But is it possible to have it rip them to one JPG, so that the pages are ...
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Convert HTML to image

Background Batch convert various syntax-highlighted source files (C, SQL, Java, PHP, batch, bash) into high-resolution images (600dpi), suitable for an eBook and printed book. Failed Solutions A ...
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Combine multiple images using ImageMagick

I would like to combine multiple images into one image using ImageMagick. To explain a little better, I want the result to look similar to this: That is, I have a number of screen shots, and I want ...
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Command Line loop to run command on all files in a directory (plus sub directories, if possible

I'm assuming this is fairly easy to do, but I have zero experience with Windows's command line utilities. Basically, I need to iterate over all files in a directory (great if it can do ...
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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 ...
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ImageMagick import command gives error on windows?

I get the following error when I run the import command of ImageMagick from command-line import: unable to open X sever '(null)' @error /import.c/ImportImageCommand/362 [No such file or directory] ...
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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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I want to change DPI with Imagemagick without changing the actual byte-size of the image data

I feel so horribly sorry that I have to ask this question here, but after hours of researching how to do an actually very simple task I'm still failing... In Gimp there is a very simple way to do ...
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Convert a series of PNGs to an animated gif or video file

I have a series of PNG image files that I want to convert into animation. What is the best way to convert them into a GIF? Also I have tried various tools to convert them into a video file (like ...
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Vectorized fonts in PDF output of ImageMagick montage?

I am using ImageMagick (under Linux) to make a 3x3 montage of nine PNGs which I have, and label them. Desired is PDF output with vectorized fonts as the labels. I use this command: montage -label ...
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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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Unable to execute port when installing ImageMagick

I'm trying to install ImageMagick by using MacPorts. I've successfully installed MacPorts by using their Mountain Lion .pkg file. I open the terminal and run: sudo port install ImageMagick However ...