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I don't expect exe version to work like you expect since they run in wine emulator. You absolutely should have a second disk in your PC and you should boot a live or backup system in order to create an image from your system. Booting a live system should never be dangerous to your current OS. The most straight forward approach is this. It won't give you ...


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configuration > color > add profile and choose D65 i have a vaio VPCS120FL with a NVIDIA graphics card too.


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I love XN-View too. There a few more Tools from XN-Soft: XN-View: XN-Soft XN-Convert: XN-Convert and XN-Retro. All Tools are for Ubuntu. Have Fun!


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Mirage is pretty lightweight and simple, but still has renaming, resizing, cropping and especially to me an essential thing, the status bar. I'm not sure if is reading EXIF data, but it does not seem to rotate the images based on EXIF orientation information. sudo apt-get install mirage At the time of writing this, there's a newer version in a 3rd ...


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First install poppler-utils, this contains Pdfimages. Pdfimages is a tool command line, which allows to extract all images from a PDF file and save them as JPEG files. Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T Run it: sudo -i apt-get update apt-get install poppler-utils The syntax of this tool is: pdfimages -j file.pdf output_directory Where file.pdf is the ...


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The p?m refers to the libpnm family of "lowest common denominator" image files, including pbm and pgm. If you convert your image to one of those formats, for example using the convert tool from the imagemagick package convert somefile.png somefile.pgm (or using gimp if you prefer) it should work, e.g. aview somefile.pgm EDIT: apparently if you invoke ...


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You can use the imagemagick command line tool http://www.imagemagick.org/script/convert.php then you can use it as: $ convert myfile.eps foo.png


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That's quite sad, but the fastest viewer for my PC (mobile core i5 2nd gen and ssd) is Picasa installed in Wine. I've compared following viewers while browsing quickly through hundreds of 3MB jpgs: Picasa 3.9 in Wine - instant (yes, if browsing very quickly you may see previews in lesser quality, but you still don't have to wait, while it's loading, as in ...


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Batch jobs and command line programs don't work too well for cropping if you have lots of different things you want to crop (i.e. the subject is in different areas in each image). Image editors like gimp and even some lightweight viewers still annoyingly have crop hidden under a bunch of menus and then to throw load/save on top of that means most of your ...


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You can use the following command which requires imagemagick (sudo apt-get install imagemagick): pic="ty338.png"; convert $pic -trim $pic ; width=$(identify -format "%w" $pic); height=$(identify -format "%h" $pic); new_dim=$((width > height ? width+10 : height+10)); convert $pic -gravity center -extent "${new_dim}x${new_dim}" $pic The first convert ...


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First of all I did not know what actually has caused the problem . But I've solved it by disabling the Fading Windows under the Effects Menu using the CompizConfig Settings Manager as suggested by darent.


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File > Save As > Format: JPEG Quality: Low(50%) Scaling constraints: Original size/Width or height/Width/Height (1200 pixels) When you select the "original size" of JPG, you cannot change the resolution. Switch to "Width or height" for a while, then change the quality and then you can select the original size again, the selected quality will stay. For ...


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If you're looking for a pure bash implementation, ImageMagick's convert command is what you're looking for: for szFile in /usr/share/pixmaps/*.png ; do convert $szFile -rotate 90 /tmp/$(basename $szFile) ; done (and it'll work on all recent releases of Ubuntu as it's standard software)


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The very versatile ImageJ with the BioFormats plugin will do the job. Using virtual stacks you can also display multipage BTFs with more pages than fit into your memory.


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Firstly exit the root shell and use sudo with each command Execute these commands one by one: sudo fdisk -lu "/media/mark/Seagate Expansion Drive/SSD/ssd.img" Mount image on a loop device by following command before mounting loop0 on a directory : sudo losetup -o 28672 /dev/loop0 "/media/mark/Seagate Expansion Drive/SSD/ssd.img" Now make a directory ...


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Here's how I do it: Install gThumb sudo apt-get install gthumb Open up nautilus and go to your images directory. Right click on one and choose Open with -> gthumb. Under the view menu choose Browser or press the Esc key. This will open the directory browser showing all your images. Press Ctrl and select the images you want to rotate or select all ...


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For Ubuntu (or Linux, in general) there are: OpenShot Video Editor Imagination video editor PhotoFilmStrip Avidemux And others. You can get ALL of them if you install a Linux distribution called "ARTISTX" (Version 1.5 liveDVD download from developer site). There are a good number of transitions and they are VISUAL so no need deep knowledge of Linux or ...



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