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Loop terminal command for combining PNG to GIF animation

I am trying to combine some PNG images to make a GIF animation. To do this I have installed ImageMagic and am trying to execute the command: convert -delay 10 -loop 0 inputfiles*.png animaion.gif ...
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How to crop borders/white spaces from image? [duplicate]

I have a lot of images which have white borders around it. I would like to crop those borders in one batch, preferably from command line. I believe that it can be done with ImageMagick, but I couldn't ...
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Tile transparent images with graphicsmagic

i'm glueing together PNG images with graphicsmagick with this command: gm montage -geometry 450x338+0+0 $cesta$i/$j/*.png $cesta$i/$j.png It works but no alpha is present, i tried to change ...
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How to crop a multi-page (image/scanned) pdf file (which won't crop with pdfcrop)?

Usually, I'm pretty happy using pdfcrop, even though the cropped output usually consumes significantly more disk space. Note that comparable code does exist, which addresses and resolves this issue. ...
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convert .doc files to .pdf file using imagemagick

I want to convert .DOC files into .PDF format using php image library imagemagick . When I used convert filename.doc filename.pdf command in terminal to convert file to .PDF format I got the error ...
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Terminal transparency (urxvt) , 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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How can I convert a folder of .pngs to .jpgs while setting the background color?

I have a folder of png files that have transparent backgrounds. I would like to convert them from the command line and maintain the images' transparent backgrounds. I'd appreciate any help. Since ...
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Color-leveling an image via command-line

From a script, I'm trying to apply some color levels to a grayscale .tiff image (the same as I would do in Gimp). I've tried using ImageMagick's convert tool: convert input.tiff -level 102,200,0.85 ...
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How can you animate a gif that goes back-and-forth instead of repeating?

I'm animating a gif with Imagemagick, I'm doing animate *.JPG, and that repeats the animation. But I would like it to go do "pic1, pic2, pic3, pic2, pic1" and repeat, so that it goes back and forth. ...