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load them all up in the same application could take up memory and slow down the computer,do one at a time to do roughly the same thing might be boring and slow.
use the l o f s t to see what you do to one file and apply it to the rest.
emboss one after another,or flip/rotate or colourise ,or convert
to gif ,or find edges,etc,or combinations.
MIT Medialab: Programming By Example
The "see what you do" part is a research area called "programming by example" - the application generates a script by watching the user do things over and over, drawing its own conclusions about what the different iterations have in common. [jutta, Jul 03 2001]
||This sort of thing is, of course, what makes Unix people so fond of their command-lines.
||ls --color=none *.jpg|sed -e 's/\(.*\).jpg/ -draw "text 100,100 BAKED" \1.jpg \1-baked.jpg/'|xargs mogrify
||This is soooo baked, that's what PHP and adobe image
are for. With image ready you just drag the action script
on to the desktop and it become a little icon you can
drop whole hordes of things on to do anything you want
||With PHP you can write scripts to do things to all the
images in a dir, you can even do this without ever seeing
a command line ...
||[lazerlore]: That doesn't work on my machine. You can do that far more simply with
mogrify *.jpg -draw "text 100,100 Baked!"