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Additional ImageMagick Functions / command line
« on: October 16, 2004, 06:14:24 pm »

Hey all.

First up, I have searched extensivley the current forum posts here and have not found the answer I need.

Secondly my gallery has been working fine for a year or two and I just put the new version up. its working great at www.sunnymonkey.com/imagegallery/

I am now in a position whereby I wish to add a watermark. WAIT! I know that there are threads about this and that they are linked from the FAQ etc.

The ways in which they are being done are not what I am after.

I wish to annotate text onto the bottom right of my images. All of them.

I dont mind if this is a batch file i run or if it is done in the process of uploading. of course it shouldnt be done more than once on an image. etc

I have found this resource for ways in which to annotate using the imagemagick command line

http://www.cit.gu.edu.au/~anthony/graphics/imagick6/annotating/

Which is great.

There is an option in the config screen to add additional command paremeters. how extensively can this be used? I wish to use

    convert dragon_faerie.jpg \
            -fill '#00000080' -draw 'rectangle 5,130,114,145' \
            -fill white       -draw "text 10,143 'Faerie Dragon'" \
            label_dim_draw.jpg

If possible, but it never seems to work once put into this area. I have tried ways such as this

-antialias -fill '#00000080' -draw 'rectangle 5,130,114,145' -fill white -draw "text 10,143 'Faerie Dragon'"


But of course this is not working. :-(

If it is not possible to do it in this area of the config, then is there a way to code it straight into the php file? I cant find the right file to do this in. I tried searching for "convert" etc through the files, but nothing stands out as being the one i need to modify.

If anyone can shed some light or information on how I could incorporate such commands that would be great. And preferably not having to start buggering about with making wm.php, created a watermark, etc etc. I just wish to write text.

Maybe I am just formating it wrong for the config area with the additional imagemagick commands?

I look forward to any information. And as I said, I have already read through almost every post on the forum to date about watermarking etc. The hacks that are provided are not what i am after

Cheers
Dav
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Re: Additional ImageMagick Functions / command line
« Reply #1 on: October 20, 2004, 09:29:43 am »

i would like to do this too
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