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Divide Scanned Images

A script that will detect multiple images within a single image, crop them, optionally straighten them, and save them out with incrementing filenames+numbers. It was developed to aid in separating photos scanned on a flatbed scanner as one "image".

There is a big discussion thread over at gimptalk on this: http://www.gimptalk.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=36438

The script also provides a batch mode to process a while directory of scanned images pages.

Note that the straightening will only work if you have the deskew plugin installed: http://www.cubewano.org/gimp-deskew-plugin/

WebThumb

Creates a separate thumbnail of the selected image file(s), pre-pends 'th_' (color image) and 'thgs_' (grayscale image) to the filename. WebThumb takes maxPixels as the maximum size of the largest aspect of the image, and then sizes the opposite aspect to maintain the original ratio.

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