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The answer to this question seems very trivial. All you have to do is open your file explorer (Nautilus) and photos.google.com and then drag the entire directory structure to the web page as given in the screen shot! Just drag and drop the "Images" folder. It is not a problem if the folder contains other files. Google will detect and upload only photos ...
One could export the image as an animated GIF. This will save each layer as a separate frame in the GIF. Then, the imagemagik command convert -coalesce ./myfile.gif outfile%05d.png will extract the frames as PNG images.
findimagedupes is a common command-line application for finding similar or identical images. You can install it by executing the following: sudo apt-get install findimagedupes However, You could set up an OpenCv script using Python. But that would take a bit of studying.
-monochrome is an option that uses some smart dithering and generates very visible output: convert -monochrome -density 300 in.pdf out.png We also couple it with -density since this is a PDF. Before (your original image link is dead): After:
Uploading with Shotwell Use Picasa plugin It sounds weird since Picasa seems obsolete and a different service, but it looks like Google has joined this service with Photos so you can use it to upload photos there as a new collection. To enable this plugin: Choose Edit ▸ Preferences Click on the Plugins tab Make sure Picasa Web Albums is enabled and ...
If your pdfs are scanned, the images are already stored as part of pdf. you will simply need to extract them with pdfimages: pdfimages my-file.pdf prefix
loop module max_part config loop is a kernel module, built into the kernel in Ubuntu 14.04. If you configure it right, Linux automatically splits up the devices for you. cat /sys/module/loop/parameters/max_part says how many partitions loop devices can generate. It is 0 by default on Ubuntu 14.04 which is why no auto-splitting happens. To change it, ...
Ah ha, I just noticed this itty bitty error message at the bottom of the screen: I forgot my image is indexed color, not RGB (it was RGB, but PNG compression software made it indexed.) To fix this, just convert it back to RGB: Now color tools work, hooray!
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