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by naive
2018-05-06T06:10:13-07:00
Forum: Digital Image Processing
Topic: Gif transparent background cannot remove previous frame
Replies: 2
Views: 6977

Re: Gif transparent background cannot remove previous frame

oke I've found how to do it myself! This worked ->
convert -dispose previous aa.gif nobg.gif

Still i don't understand how come if i run this command ->
convert aa.gif -dispose previous disp2.gif
it doesn't work!

What is this sorcery!?
by naive
2018-05-06T04:48:26-07:00
Forum: Digital Image Processing
Topic: Gif transparent background cannot remove previous frame
Replies: 2
Views: 6977

Gif transparent background cannot remove previous frame

Hey guys, I'm trying to remove background on an animated gif and cant wrap my head around why it doesnt work I've tried convert -delay 5 see6x8x24.gif -coalesce -fuzz 10 -transparent black -loop 0 -layers optimize -limit thread 8 new2.gif convert -delay 5 aa.gif -coalesce -fuzz 10 -transparent black...
by naive
2018-04-27T07:45:06-07:00
Forum: Digital Image Processing
Topic: Why one image gets affected better then another
Replies: 5
Views: 7123

Re: Why one image gets affected better then another

Thanks for the patience You can change pixels that are near black to exactly black with "-black threshold 10%" after reading the input. By saying to apply the black-threshold after reading the input you mean smth like this? -> convert gif.gif -black-threshold 10% -colorspace HCL -channel G -evaluate...
by naive
2018-04-27T05:46:41-07:00
Forum: Digital Image Processing
Topic: Why one image gets affected better then another
Replies: 5
Views: 7123

Re: Why one image gets affected better then another

Thanks Snibgo it worked really good, I experimented with different color channels and another one which was bringing the colors to the edge was HSI I'm running under Mac OS, so on LINUX the code for me was: convert image.gif -colorspace HCL -channel G -evaluate Pow 0.3 +channel -colorspace sRGB -mor...
by naive
2018-04-27T00:12:37-07:00
Forum: Digital Image Processing
Topic: Why one image gets affected better then another
Replies: 5
Views: 7123

Why one image gets affected better then another

Hello all, Firstly i have to say that I'm a avid user of Imagemagick and am very thankful for the great work that you guys are doing to support this fantastic project! I'm working with animated gifs to transform them into sort of line drawings, and i can't understand why one of them has really stron...