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#!/bin/sh
# Copyright 2017 jstpcs <jstpcs at protonmail dot com>
# Copyright 2017 moviuro <moviuro at gmail dot com>
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# modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
#
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set -e
usage() {
cat << EOH
Generate wallpapers to a specified size, given a base picture
$0 [-vs] width height [picture [picture [...]]]
$0 -h
-h : displays this help message
-s : use a "safer" and slower method to get the background color
-v : be verbose (set -x)
Example: $0 1920 1080 coolimage.png
The following syntax also works:
find . -type f -name '*.png' | $0 1080 1920
EOH
exit ${1:-0}
}
die() {
echo "$1" && exit "${2:-1}"
}
while getopts ":hvs" _opt; do
case "$_opt" in
h) usage ;;
s) _slow=1 ;;
v) set -x ;;
*) usage 1 >&2 ;;
esac
done
shift $((OPTIND-1))
if [ -n "$_slow" ]; then
getbg() {
# We get all hexa codes of all pixels in the picture, and pick the most
# frequent one... which should be the background color?
convert "$1" -format %c +dither -depth 5 histogram:info: |
sort -nr | head -1 | grep -Eo '#[A-F0-9]{6}'
}
else
getbg() {
# We get the color of the top-left pixel.
convert "$1" -crop 1x1+0+0 -depth 8 txt: | grep -Eo '#[A-F0-9]{6}'
}
fi
# We require width & height
# TODO: maybe auto-detect? seems tricky with dual screen
if [ $# -lt 2 ]; then
usage 1 >&2
fi
width="$1"
height="$2"
shift 2
{ if [ -z "$1" ]; then
# No arguments, we read stdin
cat -
else
for _file in "$@"; do
printf '%s\n' "$_file"
done
fi } |
while IFS= read -r inpfile; do
outfile="$(basename "$inpfile")"
bgcolor="$(getbg "$inpfile")"
# We use the `-resize ..x..\>` syntax to only shrink pictures. Enlarging is
# asking for trouble (artifacting, etc.)
convert "$inpfile" -gravity center -resize "${width}x${height}>" \
-background "$bgcolor" -extent "${width}x${height}" \
"${outfile%.*}-${width}x${height}.${outfile##*.}"
done