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For batch image resizing I’ve looked at many packages and finally found one with a usable interface – converseen. Once you discover that the important settings are somewhat hidden on the scrollable left pane, all is well. Not sure if this meets all of the OPs use cases, but you may not have to look at the quirky UIs of imagemagick or phatch. Oddly, photo ...
There is a good multiplatform tool called XnConvert. Combine and choose between more than 80 different operations. The installation is simple through deb. file from the official website. It is free but not opensource, perhaps that's just the beauty of it.
I use Pimagizer. It work great and it is the easiest I have tested on Ubuntu 14.04. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:vfrico/stable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install pimagizer See : https://launchpad.net/pimagizer/ for more infos.
I came with this command. You can use it for every picture. convert "a.jpg" -fill white -undercolor '#0000' -pointsize 15 -gravity north -annotate +0+5 "a.jpg" "new-a.pdf" Explanation: -fill white : The caption font color -undercolor '#0000' the background color of the span of the caption -pointsize 15 : font size 15 -gravity north : caption is ...
You already use the right tool e.g. convert *.png -gravity South -annotate 0 '%f' all.pdf Here you can find more examples: http://www.imagemagick.org/Usage/annotating/
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