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Batch Editing Images with Corona Image Editor

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alexyork:
This batch script is super handy. Any chance you could update it (points to the wrong exe location, and also would ideally not default to CXR - I've changed it manually but would be worth updating) and think about building it directly into the CIE?

Cheers,

mike288:

--- Quote from: alexyork on 2021-06-14, 14:18:09 ---This batch script is super handy. Any chance you could update it (points to the wrong exe location, and also would ideally not default to CXR - I've changed it manually but would be worth updating) and think about building it directly into the CIE?

Cheers,

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Hi Alex, that script is not something official from us - it was meant only to show case what can be done with scripting. People can freely take it as starting point and adapt it for their needs. As for building it into CIE - we have this request logged. Unfortunately, compared to other things it has lower prio. But we are aware. Thanks for your input on this. :-)

dzintas:
Hello, sorry for disturbing this slumbering topic, but I was curious. Is there are any plans to update the script, or someone updated it themselves?

Cause there is a problem with it, after we got up updated CIE with corona8. You can no longer just run the script without postprocess config file. Otherwise it wouldn't apply any tonemapping, to saved images at all. It's not much of a problem until you have image sequence with animated exposure value and from post file you get static one. 

Frood:

--- Quote from: dzintas on 2022-12-15, 13:52:50 ---You can no longer just run the script without postprocess config file.

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Yes, this is a bug and my droplets also don't work anymore. Had to manually convert a bunch of images today. Very annoying. This issue (along with the broken "Reset" feature in CIE) is worth a hotfix.


Good Luck



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