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OK, not the most useful but a good way to impress friends. Requires the "display" command from ImageMagick.
Please take notice that if you are going to use an JPG file for shadow effect,
let change -background none to -background white!
Because -background none make a transparent effect while JPG doesn't support transparent! And when viewing, you will get a bacl box!
So we will use an white background under! We can use other color as well!
rotate: the rotate angle
width, $height: width and height to scale to
birghtness: change brighness
Requires ImageMagick. Takes a screenshot 5 seconds after it's run and saves it as desktop_screenshot.jpg Particularly handy when made into a menu option or button.
Create a favicon suitable for use on your web site. Note: ppmtowinicon is part of libpbm, not ImageMagick.
Use ImageMagick to create a "black and white" copy of an image.
Add calendar to desktop wallpaper , mess with the coordinates to place where you like
The linux package imagmagick is required for this command
Requires: imagemagick and graphviz
On Debian systems, displays a graph of package dependencies. Works also with other image formats, like svg :
apt-cache dotty bash | dot -T svg | display
This command requires the imagemagick libraries and will resize all files with the .jpg extension to a width of 1024 pixels and will keep the same proportions as the original image.