Performance issue with annotate

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Post by magick » 2006-08-08T14:10:55-07:00

You can convert directly to PDF with this command:
  • convert $FILENAME.tif -font helvetica -pointsize $POINTSIZE -gravity south -annotate 0 "$TIMESTAMP" $FILENAME.pdf
You can remove the memory load from your server but make the process slower by adding
  • -limit memory 64 -limit map 64
to your command line. You may get a speed-up by separating your multi-page document into separate image files and annotate one at a time.

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