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Create fattal tone mapped images from a directory of raw images

 $ for img in /path/to/rawimages/*.RW2; do pfsin ${img} | pfssize -x 1024 -y 768 | pfstmo_fattal02 -v -s 1 | pfsout /path/to/finished/${img%%}.jpg; done

— by mmaki on June 3, 2013, 10:45 p.m.

Explanation

for img in /path/to/rawimages/*.RW2; do Loop through image directory

pfsin ${img} | read the raw image

pfssize -x 1024 -y 768 | resize it to 1024x768 because fattal looks better at low resolutions

pfstmo_fattal02 -v -s 1 | use the fattal tone mapping operator, be verbose and saturation value of 1

pfsout ./path/to/finished/${img%%}.jpg; done output and rename the file as a jpg.

Examples of fattal tone mapped images http://goo.gl/IayQQ

pfstools website http://pfstools.sourceforge.net/

Limitations

Portrait orientation images need to be processed -x 768 -y 1024

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Cut select pages from a pdf file and create a new file from those pages.

 $  pdftk input.pdf cat 2-4 7 9-10 output output.pdf

— by mmaki on Feb. 3, 2012, 6:50 a.m.

Explanation

pdftk is the PDF Toolkit

input.pdf is the input file.

cat 2-4 7 9-10 concatenate (combine) pages 2,3,4,7,9,10 of input.pdf.

output output.pdf the resulting pdf file containing the above pages.