I have a really large map image (11010*17518 pixels) and I want to print it in average size pieces. Is there any automatic script that can crop a image by checkered (e.g. into 4*4 and get 16 smaller images）？
You could do it with MagickSlicer (https://github.com/VoidVolker/MagickSlicer). According to the documentation there are parameters
[ -w, --width <tile_width> ] Set tile width. Default: 256 pixels or same as height, if height is present. Type: int [ -h, --height <tile_height> ] Set tile height Default: 256 pixels or same as width, if width is present. Type: int
The command would be
./magick-slicer.sh -w 2753 -h 4380 <your image>
I am not sure where magick-slicer outputs the sliced images, but it should be no problem finding them. You can see the directory structure to help you find sliced images. There are also other options documented like output dir.
Another solution would be to use
crop option of
ImageMagick https://imagemagick.org/Usage/crop/#crop. That would require 16 crops of the original, that could be done in two for loops. Something like that:
for x in 1 2 3 4 do for y in 1 2 3 4 do convert <input_image> -crop WxH+X+Y +repage <output_image> done done
You would have to do some math to make
Y, and output image name.