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batch processing with the fuzzy select tool
I'm new to scripting, but I have a programming background, so I think I can do this. I have Python skills. 

I have a short movie, which I've exported to 570 individual png files. What I want to do is apply the fuzzy select tool, with a selectivity of 70, smack dab in the center of each png, cut the resulting selection, and save the file somewhere that doesn't overwrite the original.

I thought I might be able to do this using bimp, I've got it running, but it doesn't seem to support the gimp_image_select_contiguous_color function that I would need to do this. Maybe, or maybe I'm looking at it wrong.

When I start googling gimp scripting I find posts going back to the last century. I don't know what the best current methodology is, nor how to get started? I don't want to waste time reading obsolete documentation or approaches to the problem. So I thought i'd ask here.

I'm running on MacOS Big Sur running GIMP 2.10

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batch processing with the fuzzy select tool - by DThompson55 - 07-18-2021, 03:15 AM

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