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Program to watermark my images

What I want: A script to watermark and sepia-tone all the .jpegs in a folder from the command line.

I have a folder with many jpegs I want to sepia-tone and watermark in one fell swoop. Please make me a shell script or ruby program that does that to every .jpeg in a given directory.

Specifications:

  • Parameters (4): folder directory, sepia tone intensity, watermark text, opacity of watermark text.
  • Please use the latest release of ImageMagick. I think this can probably be done with a long ImageMagick command, but please wrap the command in a shell or ruby script to make it more usable.
  • Should not recursively open folders- should just convert photos in the top-level one.
  • Should disregard non-jpegs
  • The small watermark should appear in the bottom right in 14px in Arial, with a small margin
  • Should output same dimensions as original
  • Program should output the new files in the same directory in a folder called 'sepia'.
  • New files should have "_sepia" appended to their names

Let me know if you have any questions before you get started! Cheers.

Script to sepia tone and watermark images in a folder
**What I want**: A script to watermark and sepia-tone all the .jpegs in a folder from the command line. . I have a folder with many `jpeg`s I want to sepia-tone and watermark in one fell swoop. Please make me a shell script or ruby program that does that to every .jpeg in a given directory. . Specifications: * : * Parameters (4): folder directory, sepia tone intensity, watermark text, opacity of watermark text. * . * Please use the latest release of ImageMagick. I think this can probably be done with a long ImageMagick command, but please wrap the command in a shell or ruby script to make it more usable. * . * Should not recursively open folders- should just convert photos in the top-level one. * . * Should disregard non-jpegs * * The small watermark should appear in the bottom right in 14px in Arial, with a small margin * * Should output same dimensions as original * * Program should output the new files in the same directory in a folder called 'sepia'. * '. * New files should have "_sepia" appended to their names Let me know if you have any questions before you get started! Cheers.
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