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Book review: The Definitive Guide to ImageMagick by Michael Still
Again, this is limited to a cursory explanation, and several pages of source code. This book details the functionality of the ImageMagick package primarily convertby covering its command line usage, along with most of the valid options available and example images depicting the before gudie after effects.
Cons There are equally useful on-line tutorials many written by the same author and manual pages written on the ImageMagick commands that make the book less than it should have been.
It then works through each option individually and supplements each with at least one full example, covering most of its available options with before and after images.
Relevance to free software The books details only the free software angles, which extends to the development of delegates in the later chapters. The books details only the free software angles, which extends to the development of delegates in the later chapters.
Verbatim copying and distribution of this entire article are permitted worldwide, without royalty, in any medium, provided this notice is preserved. There are equally useful on-line tutorials many written by the same author and imzgemagick pages written on the ImageMagick commands that make the book less than it should have been.
The tone is light and informal throughout, and you do feel that there is a lot to be discovered with ImageMagick. It begins slowly by describing the installation process and touches on the source package. License Verbatim copying and distribution of this entire article are permitted worldwide, without royalty, in any medium, provided this notice is preserved. The explanations are good and easy to read, albeit sparse.
It is useful for those are new to ImageMagick, or for those who find learning how to do something by matching an example image to command line arguments, easier than dry textual descriptions.
The definitive guide to ImageMagick / Michael Still – Details – Trove
This is intended for casual users and beginners who want to learn the possibilities of ImageMagick from the command line. It enables you to start experimenting, but little more.
Also, using black and white photographs to demonstrate colour image manipulation should have been consigned to the last century. It appears to be more of a cookbook than textbook, which is no bad thing in itself, but is different to what I was expecting.
This is brief and neither useful in the context of a cookbook, nor in-depth enough for a full-blown article.
The Definitive Guide to ImageMagick covers everything a beginner would want to begin using Deginitive from the command line. The book gives pointers to external advanced discussions which should have featured in the book. The author favours instead a basic run through of the various commands and how they should be used.