[XeTeX] graphics aspect ratio
Diederick C. Niehorster
dcnieho at gmail.com
Tue Feb 16 11:45:49 CET 2010
Hmm, too bad, since you're also using 2.6 (last time i used the
scruipt was with 2.6), i think it should be fine. One thing you can
try, to make sure you're not running into any escaping problems
through multiple layers of interpreters, is this: open up gimp and go
to the xtns menu, the script-fu and open up the script-fu console.
This won't give you any better error reporting, but it might help you
getting it to work a bit.
Sorry I can't be of more help, haven't used it for a while and dont
remember much. The forum i linked to would be a good place to make a
post, if you're interested in pursuing this further.
On Tue, Feb 16, 2010 at 6:01 PM, Wybo Dekker <wybo at servalys.nl> wrote:
> Diederick C. Niehorster wrote:
>> Hi Wybo, others,
>> Follow up on the GIMP batch script I promised.
>> This script was pretty cool, I used it to do high quality image
>> converting from matlab without access to the image processing toolbox
>> (note you could also use interp2, but that requires huge amounts of
>> memory somehow...). This, together with scripting virtualdub, made it
>> possible to do a lot of processing automatically, let me know if
>> interested in exerpts from those scripts.
> I couldn't get it to work, I'm afraid.
> Having gimp version 2.6.7 on an Ubuntu system and an image test.png in my
> home directory, I tried:
> gimp -d -f -i -b "(batch-scale-image \"/home/wybo/test.png\" 400 300)
> (gimp-quit 0)"
> and some variations, but all I ever get is:
> batch command experienced an execution error
> Maybe it's the Gimp version?
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