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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report
Wednesday May 08, 2002
Since the time I bought my digital camera I've collected small collection of pictures I've made. All that time I thought about putting them on my web site. Probably I will find some script for gallery creation or I will write my own. But before this I'd like to "improve" my pictures. I've played with Gimp and found that "Autostretch HSV" effect can immediately "improve" look of most pictures without any fine tuning. But how can I apply this effect in batch? Time for some Perl
I've heard before about module Gimp which provides interface to gimp but I have never used it myself. I've made quick search with google for usage examples but most of my findings was about using this module to write gimp extensions in Perl. But I wanted to write standalone Perl script! Finally good hit: batch convertor found in maillist archive.
After couple of hours I've finished with my Perl script which applies 'Autostretch HSV' affect in batch mode. Result is posted on perlmonks.
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