sudo apt-get install gimp-plugin-registry
Then, open up Gimp and open the Batch plugin found in
Filters > Batch > Batch Process.
Select your images in the
Input tab, and define the Resize operation in the surprisingly-named
You can also add a pre or postfix and change the file format – which you’ll probably want to as the default is BMP.
sudo apt-get install libgimp2.0-dev gcc cpp g++
tar -xvzf dbpSrc-1-1-9.tgz
When using Nemo I often use List View so that I can view the details of all the files. The downside with images is that you cannot sort by image size etc. However you can install an update for Nemo that will give you this extra functionality (EXIF data, artist, album, etc). Install using:
sudo apt-get install nemo-media-columns
Another useful update is preview. This lets you open/preview (and then close) files using the space bar.
sudo apt-get install nemo-preview
Creating Panoramic Images
For creating panoramas I found that Hugin pretty much did what I wanted. The only issue was than when I needed to stitch a vertical line of images I had to first rotate them and then stitch them together horizontally.