The magic of commands

WORKSHOP LINUX

In this workshop linux, let’s see the exciting world of commands in Linux, where we can see, the extensive field and have the possibility to control any things in our computer.

Likewise we will script to facilitate all our repetitive tasks.

Needless to say, everyone is invited to participate.

CREATE ANIMATED GIF

If we want to create animated gif using the command gifsicle we can do:

https://misterelectronicoes.wordpress.com/2015/02/08/create-animated-gif-with-gifsicle/

 

CREATE OR MODIFY PDFs TEXT FILE TYPE DOC, AbiWord, ETC ..

If querermos create or modify pdf files, or create them from doc, docx, odt, abw, ps, rtf files, and etc ..

We can do it very easily using commands on the following link.

 

COMMAND NCONVERT

With this command you could write an encyclopedia, with can edit images and apply a lot of filters and infinite combinations between different filter can achieve the effects we want.

And you will say to utilzar this command if mtpaint programs like the gimp and a lot more publishers who already do, for the simple answers are as follows.

Well, the answer would be if for example we want to work with many and images at once, if we want to apply on these multiple filters at once, because only do this is by nconvert or a similar command. The following link the tutorial begins.

 

https://misterelectronicoes.wordpress.com/2015/02/08/command-nconvert/

 

FFMPEG VERY INTERESTING FOR MANAGEMENT COMMAND AND AUDIO VIDEO

FFmpeg would need an entire encyclopedia to explain, but in this first tutoring, we will see more interesting things first:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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