Command Produces Two FIles [ SOLVED ]

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Re: Command Produces Two FIles

Post by lindylex » 2019-01-03T19:43:21-07:00

] SOLVE SOLUTION [

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convert bgPapaer.jpg \( -size 950x950 -background "rgba(0,0,0,0)" -font /home/lex/share/Mo_De_Studio/audio_blog/OpenSans/OpenSans-ExtraBold.ttf -fill "#000000" caption:"$(cat ./temp.txt)" \( +clone -shadow 0x0+0+0 \) +swap -background "rgba(0,0,0,0)" -layers merge +repage \) -gravity center -composite -gravity northwest -pointsize 50 -font /home/lex/share/python/ffmpegHelper/fonts/Typoster_ROCK_ON.otf -annotate +30+0 "1/232" -gravity south -pointsize 40 -font /home/lex/share/python/ffmpegHelper/fonts/Typoster_ROCK_ON.otf -annotate +0+10 "Robert Greene, Joost Elffers" r2.png
A IRC user said this and that was the issue and resolution.

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pavonia  To me it looks like there's an extra -composite without an input image

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