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photoevents
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Hello,

Is it possible, using the image plugin within robotask to do the following list of actions:
load image
resize and crop image
add an overlay.png on top
save that image to another folder

From what I understand you need to save and open the image after every action.
But it would be nice to do that inline, one action after the other and only save once.

Thank you for your advice,
Christian
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Anybody who uses the image actions and could answer my question above?
celemtine
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Re: image manipulation

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photoevents wrote: Tue Jun 04, 2024 12:17 pm Hello,

Is it possible, using the image plugin within robotask to do the following list of actions:
load image
resize and crop image
add an overlay.png on top
save that image to another folder

From what I understand you need to save and open the image after every action.half body sexdoll
But it would be nice to do that inline, one action after the other and only save once.

Thank you for your advice,
Christian
Hi Christian

Yes, it is possible to perform the series of operations you mentioned using the Image Plugin in Robotask. Some image processing software may require you to save and reopen the image after each operation, while other software can perform the operations inline without the need to save the image after each step.

You need to check the specific functionality of the image processing plug-in you are using in Robotask to see if it supports inline processing without the need to save in between. If it does, you can perform the operations one after the other and then save the final image to another folder after all the modifications have been made.

I hope my suggestions will help you! :D :D
Rukbunker
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Re: image manipulation

Post by Rukbunker »

The best thing you can use is ImageMagick, this combination with Robotask is great.
photoevents
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Re: image manipulation

Post by photoevents »

I got that advice earlier and is indeed what I do but for simple operations like resize, crop, add watermark hoped to find a way to do that within the robotask actions.
Thank you though,
Christian
Lana_K
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Re: image manipulation

Post by Lana_K »

To me it looks like Robotask can easily perform all the actions in exactly the order you described. I maybe am missing some specifics you require but this worked on my laptop
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I saved it only once at the end
Rukbunker
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Post by Rukbunker »

This works, that's true. But I can imagine that the amount of compression in the pictures which Robotask modifies can be "not wanted".
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Thank you for the extra information

Christian
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