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Process to Convert Canvas Size on Many Images?

Jun 9, 2012, 19:46
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Process to Convert Canvas Size on Many Images?
I have a folder of 50 images. The images are all different sizes and dimensions (ranging from about 400x600 to 1600x900).

Separately, I have a little design on a canvas in HD dimensions (1920x1080).

The end goal is just to be able to lay out all the photos on the center of the canvas as 50 new individual images (with the HD dimensions of the background canvas).

Obviously, to load in 50 unique images and then export each of them would take a long time. So I was hoping that there is a way to both (a) automatically combine multiple unique images to a common background, and then (b) export them all.

Does anybody have any suggestions for a process to achieve something like this?

Thanks as always.
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Jun 9, 2012, 19:57
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RE: Process to Convert Canvas Size on Many Images?
(Jun 9, 2012 19:54)ofnuts Wrote:  Is the end result supposed to be XCF files with layers or directly some "flat" file format (PNG/JPG/TGA). If the latter, look at ImageMagick "compose" command.
It's the latter, and I'll check that out now. Thanks.
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