|Welcome to the G'MIC command line interface (cli) cheatsheet directory. Cheats consist of pithy recipes for common tasks and/or ways to avoid typical gaffes.|
G'MIC is a command line interface tool. Use your operating system's CLI to:
1. put images on an image list,
2. apply an image processing pipeline to image list items,
3. output results in a well-understood manner.
If you have not used the G'MIC cli at all! (as in: never!), then visit Tutorial Introduction and Basics. Can’t cheat unless you know what you’re cheating at.
|gmic||<input list items>||<commands>||<output adaptors>||output[ <selection> ] <filename template>|
|Start the interpreter||Populate the image list with -input variants||operate on selections of image list items||Use -cut or -normalize and friends to adapt list items in a well understood manner.||-output a selection of adapted list items to storage.|
|1.||Installed the G'MIC Command Line Interface ( Tell me how )?||□|
|2.||Know the difference between the cli and gmic-qt ?||□|
|3.||Know how to access and use your operating system shell?||□|
|4.||Understand what output in a well understood manner means?||□|
|1.||There is no help here on using G’MIC in a paint program (gmic-qt). Try discuss.pixls.us or Gimp Chat.|
|2.||Help for outputting images in a well understood manner may be found at Images and Images as Data Sets.|
|1.||Put images on the image list|
|2.||Apply a set of image processing commands|
|3.||Output results in a well-understood manner|
|1.||Where and how you populate the image list,|
|2.||Apply image processing commands,|
|3.||Output results in a well-understood manner.|
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G'MIC is an open-source software distributed under the
CeCILL free software licenses (LGPL-like and/or
GPL-compatible). Copyrights (C) Since July 2008, David Tschumperlé - GREYC UMR CNRS 6072, Image Team.