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Phatch - batch processor photos in Linux Mint

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Phatch - batch processor photos in Linux Mint

Phatch - batch image processor (photos) for Linux. Is intended for mass processing of images. Supports a large number of actions for modifying images.

 

Allows you to resize, brightness/contrast, color balance. You can add the watermark to images, batch rename image files, add a drop shadow, round corners and stuff.
The program interface is quite simple and easy to understand.
The program Phatch cross-platform and is available for Linux, Windows and MacOS.

Phatch - batch processor photos in Linux MintPhatch - batch processor photos in Linux Mint

Phatch - batch processor photos in Linux MintPhatch - batch processor photos in Linux Mint 

In Linux Mint can be set through the software Center.

or

sudo apt-get install phatch

Good Luck!!!

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Edited by: Shekin - 18-10-2016, 06:12

  1. Shekin 1 January 2017 10:54
    If Phatch does not work in >=LinuxMint 18 the decision below:
    In the file /usr/share/phatch/phatch/lib/pyWx/wxPil.py need changed the
    words "fromstring" and "tostring" to "frombytes" and "tobytes". Now
    Phatch seems to work with the latest python-imaging and python-pil
    libraries in Sid.
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    x64 Linux Mint 18.3 cinnamon
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