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Awesome video. Thank you. - Jim (vi, no emacs) 😂
Or something like that.
This is very helpfull ! I needed to created thumbnails (more complex than usual). Magick image is awesome but I needed an introduction (wow, what an amount of commands, where do I start, I got a headache). Then I saw your video. Voila ! The simple and clear explanation I needed and you solved my problem. Thank you !
Never thought a command line program could really be that useful... That was until I had to watermark 100+ images and any GUI out there would have taken me hours or days. ImageMagick did it in seconds.
Luke, you are awesome for showing us the way.
2022: Making a presentation in realtime, using the terminal
Can we use canvas parameter to be more specific? -- i.e, instead of passing a color name we pass a RGB or HEX color ?
Like this: canvas: 10, 10, 200.
By the way, awsome the expertise you have in this.
If you do something like this:
convert -size 100x100 canvas:red PNG:/dev/stdout | display PNG:/dev/stdin
and make display window floating, you wouldn't need to save it into file, it goes straight to the display. Good for experiments. Or, the same thing with tee, to always save the current state of experiment :
convert -size 100x100 canvas:red PNG:/dev/stdout | tee result.png | display PNG:/dev/stdin
also how you do zoom in zoom out in this terminal and what terminal is it?
nbXHbHrfrIs&t=8m39s 8:39 "You cannot grasp the true form of Giygas' attack!"
nbXHbHrfrIs&t=3m47s 3:47 pretty sure the wording you want to go with here is that it will "maintain the declared/existing aspect ratio" .. that's the easiest way I've found to explain the automatic changing of one dimension relative to the other.. even when I've had to then explain wtf aspect ratio means.
Good video and all but I'd be more interested in seeing a "script" writing tutorial series. Luke, you've mentioned before that you have wrote your own scripts to make the work easier for you. So, how about we see some of that? I'd like to know how to write a script from scratch.
nbXHbHrfrIs&t=0m33s 0:33 Luke is there ;)
You got carried away with these cli things. This is the area where a proper and efficient GUI program is designed for. Just like moving your hand away from the home row is inefficient for programmer, doing this kind of task using cli is even worse. This makes no sense.
If you want to avoid the temporary "resize" images, you can use parentheses. For example:
convert -size 1920x1080 canvas:darkblue \( chadhead.png -resize x1080 \) -composite out.png
Kindda surprised you have to seperate the sommands for resizing and rotating. Isn't it possible to have all the commands together? Going to read up on magick (which I think they want to call it instead of convert), but just wanted to check if you had the answer already.
Also looking forward to see the video on the university. Awesome content!
Luke, stahp, I don't think I can take more D E C E N T R A L I Z A T I O N a n d S I M P L I C I T Y
what's up with those uploads
keep them coming
Gentoo isnt just a meme. Go and install it
Need to get back to R tutorials.
The fact that you once said you hate computers but create this beautiful image using your terminal is the best evidence of how good free software is