Cylinderize command not working and giving permission issue

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Cylinderize command not working and giving permission issue

Post by atf4_solace » 2019-11-12T07:29:14-07:00

Hello Team

I am using the ImageMagick 6.9.3-8 Q16 x86_64 2019-07-23 version and i am getting the error for freds cylinderize command

Command that I am running is as below

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cylinderize -m vertical -w 100 -a 90 -d r -r 55 -v background -b none -p 10 -t resized_main.miff  cylindrical_img.png 2>&1
Error that I am getting is as below

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convert: unable to open image `./cylinderize_1_25412.mpc': Permission denied @ error/blob.c/OpenBlob/2702. 

Please suggest and help

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Re: Cylinderize command not working and giving permission issue

Post by fmw42 » 2019-11-12T10:33:35-07:00

Post a link to your input image so that I can test with it. Perhaps it is a bug in that version of Imagemagick. It is very old by version, but the date is reasonably current. So I assume you are running on Linux. Linux distributions often only update for security issues. I do not trust that method to get clean versions of Imagemagick. But let me test with your image.

Does the script work for the example images on my web site?

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Re: Cylinderize command not working and giving permission issue

Post by fmw42 » 2019-11-12T10:36:07-07:00

Testing your command as

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convert logo: resized_main.miff 
cylinderize -m vertical -w 100 -a 90 -d r -r 55 -v background -b none -p 10 -t resized_main.miff  cylindrical_img.png 2>&1
Works fine for me on IM 6.9.10.71 Q16 Mac OSX Sierra.

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