F.2 David’s Batch Processor
Calling GIMP from the command line and controlling it using the Script-Fu language might be daunting unless you have some experience in programming. David’s Batch Processor, also called DBP, is an alternative for people less inclined to write code. For Debian and Ubuntu GNU/Linux distributions, David’s Batch Processor plug-in is included in the package called
gimp-plugin-registry. Otherwise, visit http://members.ozemail.com.au/~hodsond/dbp.html to download the plug-in. Once it’s installed, you can access the plug-in via Image: Filters > Batch > Batch Process. Its dialog is shown in Figure F-1.
This dialog contains nine tabs. The first one is where you select the files to process, the next six tabs are where you specify ...