bbips - Bash Batch Image Processing Scripts. A collection of bash scripts that use Imagemagick to "batch" process entire directories of images all at once. For use with Linux and Unix systems to batch process *.jpg image files from the bash shell.
Not noted in the scripts... these are ALL GPL'd.
Easily modified for other image types, I use them primarily for .jpg's myself, so that's how I wrote them.
They are very straightforward, and generally just save a bit of headache learning ImageMagick and bash, and re-typing alot of code
Normally I put my copys of the scripts into a directory ".bbips" so it's a hidden directory, and create alias's to the scripts.
This allows me to run the scripts as a user without needing root permissions. You could as root put them into /usr/local/bin (or where ever else you wanted to).
I wrote these for my own use, and posted them first on Sourceforge in 2005.
I've created a couple python front ends to ImageMagick as learning tools for me to learn Python, but I still enjoy tweaking the original bash scripts. So while these may not be quite what you would write, it scratched an itch for me. They do EXACTLEY what I wanted them to do. So, modify them to suit yourself to your hearts content.
I will be posting the newest scripts in the next couple of days, and updating the Sourceforge area in Jan 2009. Feel free to give suggestions/comments on them once I get them posted.