How to globally replace one color with another using Imagemagick command line (Win XP)?

Posted on 2009-12-31
Last Modified: 2013-11-08
Hello experts,

I'm using Imagemagick and a scripting language called Macro Scheduler on Win XP to batch-process images prior to putting them online. I would like to globally replace one color with another but I don't know Imagemagick that well and need a little help. It looks like the -clut option might do this, but I don't understand how to use the color lookup table to accomplish it or what that means. Can anyone help?

Thank you,
Question by:utzi
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    Accepted Solution

    Does this section of the documentation cover what you are trying to do?

    Author Comment

    Hm, simple as that, eh? I will try it and post the results soon, thank you!

    Author Closing Comment

    Thanks... sorry it took me so long to get back and award the points. I was able to figure it out from your link.

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