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by leonidas
2018-11-14T03:56:23-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: Rotation per default not around center but NorthEast corner of image
Replies: 10
Views: 4390

Re: Rotation per default not around center but NorthEast corner of image

Quite honestly, when i try to even wrap my head around how to calculate this, my brain goes into temporary shutdown and all i get is white noise .. Generally i understand it this way: The best solution for me is to calculate the center of the bounding box of the rotated Image.jpg and calculate the c...
by leonidas
2018-11-14T03:05:21-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: Rotation per default not around center but NorthEast corner of image
Replies: 10
Views: 4390

Re: Rotation per default not around center but NorthEast corner of image

Thank you for your responses. I'll see if i can derive an automatism from what was posted. Generally i should have added that i wouldn't have a problem fixing this for this one example by changing coordinates, but this is all done by automated scripts and they are fed with coordinates and angles for...
by leonidas
2018-11-13T18:19:27-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: Rotation per default not around center but NorthEast corner of image
Replies: 10
Views: 4390

Re: Rotation per default not around center but NorthWest corner of image

I understand the confusion. Let me explain more properly, with a better example and some files. I have two files: Image.jpg and Overlay.png Image.jpg is this: https://i.imgur.com/Tskxwbn.jpg Overlay.png is this: https://i.imgur.com/ViZsLrf.png It has a cutout. The goal is to rotate and place Image.j...
by leonidas
2018-11-13T16:56:32-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: Rotation per default not around center but NorthEast corner of image
Replies: 10
Views: 4390

Rotation per default not around center but NorthEast corner of image

I am trying to place a rotated image onto a blank canvas. This is the command i am using: convert "(" -size 1000x1000 xc:transparent ")" "(" "img.jpg" -virtual-pixel white -rotate -10.75 ")" -geometry +136+148 -composite out.png I would expect the image to appear at +136+148 rotated around its cente...
by leonidas
2013-10-05T09:06:05-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: Invalid color profile for colorless images in RGB colorspace
Replies: 10
Views: 6562

Re: Invalid color profile for colorless images in RGB colors

I ended up re-embedding it because for whatever reasons in my tests i found that in the final TIF i am left without the original profile unless i explicitly do so. Photoshop states: "The embedded ICC-Profile can not be used, because the ICC-Profile is invalid. The profile is being ignored." And the ...
by leonidas
2013-10-05T08:14:07-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: Invalid color profile for colorless images in RGB colorspace
Replies: 10
Views: 6562

Re: Invalid color profile for colorless images in RGB colors

Yes, when i open the original image, things are going just fine. Photoshop is opening it without a hassle. But after processing, there is the error. This is the original image: http://leers.com/downloads/original_picture.jpg This is the processed one with the embedded original profile. http://leers....
by leonidas
2013-10-05T05:28:01-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: Invalid color profile for colorless images in RGB colorspace
Replies: 10
Views: 6562

Re: Invalid color profile for colorless images in RGB colors

Thank You for your input. The problem is that this runs in a huge print company. I cannot afford to modify the color information in any way, as it must be printed according to the client's needs. Now with a purely colorless image that would not be a problem or make a difference, right? But how do i ...
by leonidas
2013-10-05T02:14:10-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: Invalid color profile for colorless images in RGB colorspace
Replies: 10
Views: 6562

Invalid color profile for colorless images in RGB colorspace

Hello, i am experiencing a rather confusing issue. The procedure is as follows. 1. Extract color profile from image 2. Do some image processing (resizing, resampling, etc.) 3. Embed the original profile and create a TIF This works really well, with one exception. If the original image that is provid...