ANN: Phatch = PHoto bATCH processor and renamer based on PIL

Daniel Fetchinson fetchinson at googlemail.com
Tue Feb 19 19:09:10 CET 2008


> > > I'm pleased to announce the release of Phatch which is a
> > > powerful batch processor and renamer. Phatch exposes a big part of the
> > > Python Imaging Library through an user friendly GUI. (It is using
> > > python-pyexiv2 to offer more extensive EXIF and IPTC support.) Phatch
> > > is not targeted at manipulating individual pictures (such as with
> > > Gimp), but repeating the same actions on hundreds or thousands of
> > > images.
> >
> > > If you know PIL and have some nice recipes laying around, it is very
> > > easy to write plugins as Phatch generates the corresponding GUI
> > > automagically just like in Django. Any existings PIL scripts can be
> > > added very easily. Let me know if you want to contribute or have any
> > > questions.
> >
> > > Homepage:http://photobatch.stani.be(free download link below)
> > > Tutorials:http://photobatch.wikidot.com/tutorials
> > >
> Translations:https://translations.launchpad.net/phatch/trunk/+pots/phatch
> > > License: GPLv3
> > > Screenshot:
> > >http://photobatch.wikidot.com/local--files/start/Screenshot-Phatch3d.jpg
> > > (the perspective and reflection is produced by Phatch itself)
>
> > This is pretty cool! I have one question about the equally cool
> > website: what tool did you use for creating this image:
> >
> > http://photobatch.wikidot.com/local--files/start/Screenshot-Phatch3d.jpg
> This is Phatchs own dogfood. I guess you missed the tutorials link.
> There is a tutorial how you can achieve this effect:
> http://photobatch.wikidot.com/tutorial-round-3d-reflect
>
> I run Phatch on three screenshots I have to put them in perspective
> with rounded corners and perspective. I let Phatch save them as a png
> so transparency is preserved. Afterwards I opened Gimp and put the
> three together on the background of a radial gradient.
>
> Let me know if it works for you.

Yep, I indeed missed the tutorial :)
Now it's clear, thanks a lot!

Cheers,
Daniel



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