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webcamd is a bit of a joke, its a perl script with comments in French! All it does is this /usr/bin/v4lctl -c /dev/video0 snap jpeg 160x120 ~/.webcamd/webcam.jpg in a loop From reading the code this is the config format #section common <common> # Interval between shots (important or it enters an infinite loop) inter=60 www_path=/tmp/www ...
This can be achieved with the uMatrix browser extension: Its usage is explained in the documentation here.
The act of extracting text from images is called OCR and Ubuntu has a wiki page dedicated to OCR. From that page: Available OCR tools The Ubuntu Universe repositories contain the following OCR tools: ... It's wonderful, all the popular ocr tool and controls are list here, and some free online ocr tool can also provide high accurate ...
This is my solution for this as your question get the images So first create the folder to save the images, then cd into it #terminal mkdir imagesFolder cd imagesFolder/ # this one will take a long time but will download # every single image related to this website wget -r -nd -H -p -A '*.jpg','*.jpeg','*.png' -e robots=off http://mermaid.pink/ #I ...
ImageMagick If you want the command-line option, go with ImageMagick Install with sudo apt-get install imagemagick Usage Most operations will use the convert command. To convert an image into another format, you essentially rename your image with the desired file extension. convert image1.png image1.jpg To resize images, use the -resize option. ...
It's by design. The menu entry is File (!) and the menu entry for rotate is Edit in Place (!!!). You have two options: Write a change request, the package is maintained here Clone the repository, write a patch and create a pull request. I think, you have to change the function feh_edit_inplace(winwidget w, int op) in imlib.c void ...
There is also xcur2png, which allows converting the image data of cursors to PNG and creates .conf files. Only an inofficial 64bit .deb build is available but luckily the source is non-problematic to compile, just make sure libxcursor is installed. This answer was found at http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/241364/
Converseen is just the app for you! Install it with: sudo apt-get install converseen This does exactly what you have asked for and more! It supports all the formats you have requested for, and due thanks to the Magick++ image libraries it supports over 100 image formats! Description: Batch image converter and resizer You can convert an unlimited number ...
Here is a start on a solution I made: its has some bugs. I want to add a function to create whole directories into sprite sheets. #!/bin/bash #Convert animated gif to sprite sheet #pass in animated gif get out png sprite sheet convert $1 $1.png convert `ls *.png` +append $1.png.result rm *.png mv $1.png.result $1.png
It seems you have ImageMagick binaries installed already, so you can use the following command: $ montage your_gif.gif -tile x1 -geometry +0+0 -alpha On -background "rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.0)" -quality 100 sprites.png That should create a file named sprites.png, with the gif's frames.
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