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Example523:-repeat 100 0 a={$>
*
pi/50} -triangle3d 0,0,0,0,0,3,{cos(3
*
$a)},{sin(2
*
$a)},0
-color3d.
${-RGB} -done -add3d
2.12.84 -volume3d
Transform selected 3d volumetric images as 3d parallelepipedic objects.
Example 524 : image.jpg -animate blur,0,5,30 -a z -volume3d
2.12.85 -weird3d
Arguments:
resolution>0
Input 3d weird object at (0,0,0), with specified resolution.
Default value:
• ’resolution=32’.
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Example 525 : -weird3d 48 --primitives3d 1 -color3d..
${-RGB}
2.13 Program control
2.13.1 -apply
parallel
Arguments:
• "command"
Apply specified command on each of the selected images, by parallelizing it for all image of the list.
(eq. to
’-ap’
).
Example 526 : image.jpg --mirror x --mirror y -apply
parallel "-blur 3"
2.13.2 -apply
parallel
channels
Arguments:
• "command"
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Apply specified command on each of the selected images, by parallelizing it for all channel of the images
independently.
(eq. to
’-apc’
).
Example 527 : image.jpg -apply
parallel
channels "-blur 3"
2.13.3 -apply
parallel
overlap
Arguments:
• "command",overlap[%],nb
threads={ 0=auto
| 1
| 2
| 4
| 8
| 16 }
Apply specified command on each of the selected images, by parallelizing it on ’nb
threads’ overlapped sub-
images.
(eq. to
’-apo’
).
’nb
threads’ must be a power of 2.
Default values:
• ’overlap=0’,’nb
threads=0’.
Example 528 : image.jpg --apply
parallel
overlap "-smooth 500,0,1",1
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2.13.4 -apply
timeout
Arguments:
• "command",
timeout={ 0=no timeout
| >0=with specified timeout (in seconds)
}
Apply a command with a timeout.
2.13.5 -check (+)
Arguments:
• expression
Evaluate specified expression and display an error message if evaluated to false.
If ’expression’ is not evaluable, it is regarded as a filename and checked if it exists.
2.13.6 -check3d (+)
Arguments:
is
full
check={ 0
| 1 }
Check validity of selected 3d vector objects, and display an error message if one of the selected image is not
avalid 3d vector object.
Full 3d object check is slower but more precise.
Default value:
• ’is
full
check=1’.
2.13.7 -continue (+)
Go to end of current block ’repeat..done’, ’do..while’ or ’local..endlocal’.
Example 529 : image.jpg -repeat 10 -blur 1 -if {1==1} -continue -endif -deform 10 -done
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2.13.8 -break (+)
Break current ’repeat..done’, ’do..while’ or ’local..endlocal’ block.
Example 530 : image.jpg -repeat 10 -blur 1 -if {1==1} -break -endif -deform 10 -done
2.13.9 -do (+)
Start a ’do..while’ block.
Example 531 : image.jpg -luminance i={ia+2} -do -set 255,{u(100)}%,{u(100)}% -while {ia<$i}
2.13.10 -done (+)
End a ’repeat..done’ block, and go to associated ’-repeat’ position, if iterations remain.
2.13.11 -elif (+)
Arguments:
• boolean
• filename
Start a ’elif..[else]..endif’ block if previous ’-if’ was not verified and test if specified boolean is true, or if
specified filename exists.
’boolean’ can be a float number standing for { 0=false | other=true }.
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2.13.12 -else (+)
Execute following commands if previous ’-if’ or ’-elif’ conditions failed.
2.13.13 -endif (+)
End a ’if..[elif]..[else]..endif’ block.
2.13.14 -endlocal (+)
End a ’local..endlocal’ block.
(eq. to
’-endl’
).
2.13.15 -error (+)
Arguments:
• message
Print specified error message on the standard error (stderr) and exit interpreter, except if error is caught by a
’-onfail’ command.
Command selection (if any) stands for displayed call stack subset instead of image indices.
2.13.16 -exec (+)
Arguments:
• command
Execute external command using a system call.
The status value is then set to the error code returned by the system call.
(eq. to
’-x’
).
2.13.17 -if (+)
Arguments:
• boolean
• filename
Start a ’if..[elif]..[else]..endif’ block and test if specified boolean is true, or if specified filename exists.
’boolean’ can be a float number standing for { 0=false | other=true }.
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Example 532 : image.jpg -if {ia<64} -add 50% -elif {ia<128} -add 25% -elif {ia<192} -sub 25%
-else -sub 50% -endif -cut 0,255
2.13.18 -local (+)
Start a ’local..[onfail]..endlocal’ block, with selected images.
(eq. to
’-l’
).
Example 533 : image.jpg -local[] 300,300,1,3 -rand[0] 0,255 -blur 4 -sharpen 1000 -endlocal
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Example 534 : image.jpg --local -repeat 3 -deform 20 -done -endlocal
Tutorial page:
http://gmic.eu/tutorial/_local.shtml
2.13.19 -mutex (+)
Arguments:
• indice,
action={ 0=unlock
| 1=lock }
Lock or unlock specified mutex for multi-threaded programming.
Alocked mutex can be unlocked only by the same thread. All mutexes are unlocked by default.
’indice’ designates the mutex indice, in [0,255].
Default value:
• ’action=1’.
2.13.20 -noarg (+)
Used in a custom command, ’-noarg’ tells the command that its argument list have not been used finally, and
so they must be evaluated next in the G’MIC pipeline, just as if the custom command takes no arguments at
all.
Use this command to write a custom command which can decide if it takes arguments or not.
2.13.21 -onfail (+)
Execute following commands when an error is encountered in the body of the ’local..endlocal’ block.
The status value is set with the corresponding error message.
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Example 535 : image.jpg --local -blur -3 -onfail -mirror x -endlocal
2.13.22 -parallel (+)
Arguments:
wait
threads,"command1","command2",...
Execute specified commands in parallel, each in a different thread.
Parallel threads share the list of images.
’wait
threads’ can be { 0=when current environment ends | 1=immediately }.
Default value:
• ’wait
threads=1’.
Example 536 : image.jpg [0] -parallel "-blur[0] 3","-mirror[1] c"
2.13.23 -progress (+)
Arguments:
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• 0<=value<=100
• -1
Set the progress indice of the current processing pipeline.
This command is useful only when G’MIC is used by an embedding application.
2.13.24 -quit (+)
Quit interpreter.
(eq. to
’-q’
).
2.13.25 -repeat (+)
Arguments:
• nb
iterations,
variable
name
Start iterations of a ’repeat..done’ block.
Example 537 : image.jpg -split y -repeat $!,n -shift[$n] $<,0,0,0,2 -done -append y
Example 538 : image.jpg -mode3d 2 -repeat 4 -imagecube3d -rotate3d 1,1,0,40 -snapshot3d
400,1.4 -done
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