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runnung auto-batche from a script

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Hi experts,
I am looking for a program that creates a batch that i can call from a regular script (won't need to go in the program to trigger the action) , something like the photoshop -droplet but without having to drag the image to the droplet but instead just call batchIt.exe and send the path to the photo in the parameters.
Thanks!!!
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NYSurf1,

What type of batch image processing are you looking to do? For command-line processing, it'd be hard to beat Image Magick, http://www.simplesystems.org/ImageMagick/. Bit of a learning curve getting your batches set, but worth the effort.
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Looks like what i'm looking for ,, thanks!!
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