LC and ImageMagick from OSX
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Mon Jun 11 15:14:31 EDT 2012
I think you are adressing me, as I recently replied an e-mail to you. Unfortunately, you don't quote my previous e-mail and therefore I'm list in the conversation.
It looks like you have solved most of your problems with ImageMagick?
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Use Color Converter to convert CMYK, RGB, RAL, XYZ, H.Lab and other colour spaces. http://www.color-converter.com
On 11 jun 2012, at 20:57, Bryan McCormick wrote:
> It turns out to work perfectly well under 5.5. However this is on Lion. And Lion was apparently very unhappy. For convert for example, I had to specify the path to convert (using Andre Garcia's trick of 'which convert' to get the path) AND the explicit path to the output file. In this case I just wanted to get a dump of the RGB values from a file and output it to a text file. So, the trick was making the path to the destination text file explicit. Works fine. And for batching it's pretty handy. Although it may well be that using LC with binaryDecode is actually a bit faster in this one case. Next, figuring out how (or if) optional param passing works. The task I set this up for was to build a bunch of custom palettes based on the colors from each image.
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