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Batch image processing

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Post by CommanderABab » Wed May 08, 2019 22:48

Most useful for roads with separated frames. :)

I found this android image editor that can do it!

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https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.iudesk.android.photo.editor
link here


First, I copied all the appropriate images to a separate folder.

Then I opened the app and selected one of the images to save the preselected task from, but not the image.

Then, I determined what I wanted done to all the images. I am still experimenting with this phase.

Then I backed out to the apps opening menu:
Screenshot_20190508-153720.jpg
Choose batch
Choose from file
Choose from file
Select all
Select all
Select done
Select done
Select task
Select task
Change color
Change color
Select preset.  This you do with the single image beforehand to see if it's what you want.
Select preset. This you do with the single image beforehand to see if it's what you want.
Let's save here.
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Re: Batch image processing

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Post by CommanderABab » Wed May 08, 2019 23:01

Select preset make sure you have .png chosen for output type, where to send the files, (you can also append a string to each file name.
Select preset make sure you have .png chosen for output type, where to send the files, (you can also append a string to each file name.
Here is the preset I made.
Here is the preset I made.
Results
Results
Where they were sent
Where they were sent
What the results look like
What the results look like
Originals for comparison
Originals for comparison
It might seem like a lot of steps, but it is easier than concatenating each image into one image. Much easier than opening each image separately and performing the same operations consistently. :)
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