Semi-Batched-Image-Editor program is an image editor for Linux.
The problem: Got a huge amount of scanned pictures (from your digital camera, or as Picture-CD from your favorite lab)? Want to rotate some of them to the right orientation? Select a good detail? Scale to a given output format? Want to do this with as less as possible mouseclicks?
The solution: SeBIE - the Semi-Batched-Image-Editor.
Here are some key features of "Semi Batched Image Editor":
· Input filename selection via regular expressions.
· Create output filename via regular expression and substitution.
· Select image details with a given proportion.
· Scale to a given output format when saving.
· Apply some color correction (at the moment only gamma curve correction is possible).
Why Semi-Batched? Because SeBIE is not fully batch processing. A rest of user interaction is still needed (and wanted).
SeBIE is written in C using the gdk/gtk (glib-2.0.7/gtk+-2.0.9) toolkit.
Get the source distribution from the download page and unpack:
tar -xvzf sebie-0.9.tar.gz
Change to the sebie source directory:
Run the configure script:
Build the executable:
And install it as 'root:
Start the application using the command 'sebie'....
What's New in This Release:
· Add events delete_event and destroy to main window.
· Handling resizable drawing area.