image manipulation programs -- binaries
  20 reviews

ImageMagick is a software suite to create, edit, and compose bitmap images. It can read, convert and write images in a variety of formats (over 100) including DPX, EXR, GIF, JPEG, JPEG-2000, PDF, PhotoCD, PNG, Postscript, SVG, and TIFF. Use ImageMagick to translate, flip, mirror, rotate, scale, shear and transform images, adjust image colors, apply various special effects, or draw text, lines, polygons, ellipses and Bézier curves. All manipulations can be achieved through shell commands as well as through an X11 graphical interface (display).

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n0body_special 2 weeks ago

Warning: DO NOT INSTALL. Sucks as a program for a thousand reasons, has unscaled UI, hijacks "open-with" menus, refuses to close its process, hangs the system, and if you try uninstalling it, it takes a bunch of unrelated stuff with it, such as: playonlinux, shutter, and a ton of libraries. CAREFULLY READ the packages that are being uninstalled before proceeding. Please remove this from the repositories, it damages people's systems

stepnjump 1 year ago

It used to work great. Now on LM 20.1 cinnamon, let's say I try to convert *.png *.pdf, I get the following error message: attempt to perform an operation not allowed by the security policy `PDF' @ error/constitute.c/IsCoderAuthorized/408. Found the patch: Works great now. Great app! Thank you a million!

DrivenNuts 2 years ago

Junk, locks up, Refuses to reopen function boxes once closed, Forced to restart computer to close picture window when some settings are used. This terrible software should be removed for this list it is a liability.

Anda 5 years ago

Hard to operate.

canadean84 5 years ago

Took over as default pdf viewer, I can't disable it, and when I want to uninstall it wants to take a bunch of my drivers and important stuff with it. Not a fan!

mototank 6 years ago

A little bit weird oldschool interface. Why it rotates my mouse cursor pointer? =)

cmoi 6 years ago

sert à rien et n'est pas en français

harrygrey 7 years ago

Das ist das Schlechteste, was es wohl im Bereich Grafik gibt: Animierte Gifs z.B. funktionieren gar nicht. Die Handhabung ist ebenfalls haarsträubend. Deinstallation geht nicht, weil dann auch PlayonLinux wegfällt. Wahrscheinlich sind die Macken die PlayonLinux hat auch auf dieser Basis.

iosonoscrive 7 years ago

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rudspring 7 years ago

The perfect tool for all my image processing jobs. The best feature is to batch process numerical data to graphics and plots!

Huskell 7 years ago

This is so bad, also why the hell, if I remove it, it will remove Play on Linux and Calibre??? No sense.

phrozenheat 7 years ago

I use this to resize jpegs for thumbnails to go on my website. I use the CLI so can't speak for the GUI but what I use is simple and just works.

periploma 7 years ago

Amazing for batch processing using the command line!

Musickiller 8 years ago

GUI just sucks. just worst possible for such an application.

topper 8 years ago

Aunque la interfaz gráfica sea poco atractiva, las virtudes de Imagemagick están en el uso que puedes hacer de él desde la consola: conversión de tipos de archivos de imágenes, generación de miniaturas, escalados, añadir texto, generar gifs animados, entre otras cosas. Todo ello con comandos como convert, animate, mogrify, etc. Vale la pena.

juandiego 8 years ago

La GUI o interfaz gráfica es mala, mal manejo y poco intuitivo. No traducido al español.

fotonix 9 years ago

I have discovered only 0.005% of what this can do and I am already very impressed. It now underpins some scripts I wrote to do jobs like creating thumbnails or translate between formats. Works flawlessly.

bjtamas 9 years ago

Nem értem, hogy miért kell beépíteni a telepítésbe. Nehézkes vacak. Gimp és XnView páros mellett esélye sincs.

dbkaynor 9 years ago

CLI is very useful for batch operations

rildolho 9 years ago

Muito fraquinho...