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Yes, Image *Management* apps.

Yes, Image *Management* apps.

Posted Apr 22, 2005 2:03 UTC (Fri) by allenp (guest, #5654)
In reply to: Yes, Image *Management* apps. by pizza
Parent article: The Grumpy Editor's Guide to Image Management Applications

> Have a look at _exifiron_ ...

Yep. I use exifiron for lossless cropping, rotation, or both.
I've fiddled with jpegtran as well, and can't remember what
I've ended up using for what. :-)

>> I've always intended to release my ImageTool at some point if it ever
>> stabilized. With so many strong competitors already out there, I may
>> just keep it to myself. :-)

>Oh, you know it'll never be "stable". :) And you never know who else will >pick up the ball.

When it's stable enough that someone who's unfamiliar with the
code (and may not be a coder) can install it and get it to do
something useful, I'll release it. I get lots of interest
whenever I describe what I'm doing, so I know I'll have no
shortage of beta testers.

Paul Allen


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Yes, Image *Management* apps.

Posted Apr 22, 2005 13:54 UTC (Fri) by pizza (subscriber, #46) [Link]

>Yep. I use exifiron for lossless cropping, rotation, or both.
>I've fiddled with jpegtran as well, and can't remember what
>I've ended up using for what. :-)

jpegtran has issues with every digicam I've owned.. it always left a strip on the side of the image unless I used the --trim option. So I ended up getting a lossy rotation. I was rather happy to discover exifiron got it right.


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