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How to display a yuv image on ubuntu

how can I display a yuv image on ubuntu? I have installed "Image Magick" on ubuntu, but when I try it, it said I must specify image size: display ~/Downloads/tulips_yuv422_inter_planar_qcif.yuv ...
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How to resize images in 13.10 with context menu?

I want to resize image with the context menu (or similar easy way) in Ubuntu 13.10. I read about nautilus-image-converter and installed it. But it does not show up, even after system restart. How to ...
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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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How do I combine Multiple TIF files into a Single TIF file?

I have a series of TIF files and would like to convert them into a Single TIF file How do I do that?
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Does “diff” exist for images?

You can compare two text files very easy with diff and even better with meld: If you use diff for images, you get an example like this: $ diff zivi-besch.tif zivildienst.tif Binary files ...
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Is there a GUI to convert/extract images to/from pdf?

I mean something like a graphical interface / front end for Imagemagick or a simpler application that would allow converting/extracting images through the interface (not in the Terminal).
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Why my computer fails when converting many images in Imagemagick with one command?

After updating to Precise had a few times the following mishap: when I try to convert to pdf many (100, 200) jpegs or pngs, my system gets completely stuck and need hard reboot. Or, more fortunately, ...
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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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Resize large images with mogrify (ImageMagick) but leave small images unaffected

Images can be resized using mogrify from the ImageMagick suite: `mogrify -resize 256x256 *.jpg` But this will resize images so that the largest dimension is 256px, including images that are smaller ...