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Graphics tricks with ImageMagick

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ImageMagick may already be installed on your Linux system...
With this one tool, you can perform dozens of common image manipulations and conversions from the command line or within a script/application. ImageMagick can convert, transform, draw, decorate, animate, and composite images. It can be used from the command line for quick needs or built into a more complex software suite. This guide will cover some of the most “magical” features of ImageMagick and provide examples of how to use it to solve everyday tasks.
 read more | mail this link | score:7957 | -Ray, June 28, 2010
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