JqMagick Beta Release - Please reply HERE only!

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Post by fmw42 » 2013-03-06T10:45:07-07:00

We have a new beta available at http://jqmagick.imagemagick.org

This upgrade includes:

1) More filters
2) Display of IM or script commands with arguments
3) Some on/off button state changes or removed
4) Adjustable histogram scaling


Any feedback is welcome.
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Post by Bonzo » 2013-03-06T11:13:26-07:00

I am still having problems as mentioned above with the photo dissapearing in Firefox and I can not select a different filter set. I am stuck with "crop, trim, chop, rotation and change". This may be a problem with my PC setup?

Works OK in Chrome although I can not move the zoom around the histogram.

Looking good apart from the problems mentioned above

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Post by fmw42 » 2013-03-06T14:04:25-07:00

Bonzo, did you go to this site http://jqmagick.imagemagick.org/V13 (note the V13)

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Post by myspacee » 2013-03-30T22:52:32-07:00

Hello,
thank you for all job. Where i work we put togheter some code to upload an image
and apply common effect (sepia, white balance, etc.)

We allow also to select an image area and apply pixelate effect (mosaic)
Use PHP for coordinates and Imagemagick to create mask and apply effect.

Can we see in next release ? One day jqmagick will be released also as installable webapp?
(To allow intranet use)

Thank you again for all,
M.

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Post by fmw42 » 2013-03-30T23:40:38-07:00

Masking is not currently available in Jqmagick. Currently it only allows one image and no interactively visible region selection. However, that would be a nice feature, but jquery does not handle that very well at this time.

One filter in Jqmagick allows region processing, but is a bit clumsy. See the effects filter, funhouse.

Producing a pixelated result over the whole image is possible. see http://www.fmwconcepts.com/imagemagick/ ... /index.php

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Post by surao » 2013-08-12T06:24:53-07:00

Hi,

In regard to "And if the source code gives ideas to developpers to enhance users experience on their websites, I will consider this project a good achievement."

Is the source code for jqmagick available for implementation on websites? If so, where is it available?

Cause I think this is a fantastic tool. Thanks for this.

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Post by jda » 2013-08-12T13:13:56-07:00

Thanks surao,
We are working on a faster Jqmagick version using filters as dependencies (in order to speed up implementation).
Once it's done and running, we will keep you posted with where to find the source code.

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Post by surao » 2013-08-20T01:56:33-07:00

looks like the oil painting and cartoon effects have been removed.

Will they be there in the final version?

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Post by fmw42 » 2013-08-20T16:02:01-07:00

surao wrote:looks like the oil painting and cartoon effects have been removed.

Will they be there in the final version?

They are both there at http://jqmagick.imagemagick.org/ under effects. What makes you think they have been removed?

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Post by surao » 2013-08-20T21:53:30-07:00

I apologise, I saw it under the wrong link http://jqmagick.com/

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Post by fmw42 » 2013-08-20T22:14:59-07:00

surao wrote:I apologise, I saw it under the wrong link http://jqmagick.com/
I believe that is an earlier test version.

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Post by jda » 2013-08-21T13:18:50-07:00

indeed, jqmagick.com is an early version hosted on a shared host in order to run some tests since the IM version is not up to date.

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Post by surao » 2013-10-03T07:44:55-07:00

Hi,

Is the Jqmagick source code ready for public release? :)

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Post by jda » 2013-10-03T10:52:00-07:00

Not just yet, we'll keep you posted.

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Post by wizardware » 2013-11-29T21:43:14-07:00

Hi Guys,

I just wanted to give you my two cents worth:

Everything looks great on my end, using Chrome v31 on Ubuntu 13.10. All of the filters I used on an uploaded photo did exactly what they were supposed to do, and I found the UI very easy to understand and operate.

I'm unclear on something though - is JqMagick an actual jQuery plugin that might be released to the public? If so, I'm certainly looking forward to it!

Thanks for all of your great work, I'm pretty new to image processing as a whole, and am learning more using using ImageMagick than I had ever thought possible for me.

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