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Starting from GIMP 2.8, the behaviour changed: XCF is now the default format for saving images. This is because of the non-destructive nature of this file format: it retains the layers in the image. PNG/JPEG are import and export formats. Use File -> Open to import these and File -> Export (or Overwrite) to save PNG/JPEG images. This change was done to ...


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Try convert: convert blah.png blah.tiff If you don't have it, try: sudo apt-get install graphicsmagick-imagemagick-compat


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Install imagemagick: sudo apt-get install imagemagick An a simple command: convert <your_png> out.tiff Or for all files in your folder: for f in *.png; do convert "$f" "${f%%.*}.tiff"; done


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You're referencing a $name variable which doesn't exists within your script's scope, the number you want to use to build the filename is stored in the $i variable: for i in {1..10}; do shutter -d 1 -f -o ${i}.png -e; done Notice that I've enclosed the reference to $i between brackets, this is safer when concatenating strings. To move all the screenshots ...



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