Since there is some many possibilities in Gmic i’m not sure if this exists already or not, after a few search i couldn’t find anything clear so i’d better ask :
In Gimp with Gmic plugin is there a way to get the command line used, quickly and clearly, to then use it in the CLI version of Gm’ic and do batch processing for example or other things with the CLI?
I know you can output in verbose mode into the log file and then check the log and copy paste what you need, or verbose output for the layer and name the layer with the command , ends up in things like this for this last one:
[G'MIC] Pencil portrait: fx_pencil_portraitbw 30,120,1,0.5,144,79,21,0
Then you can check layer proprieties, copy name an keep only the last part of this line.
There is an option for the output in console but i could not get this to work, i’m on windows 7 and i’m not even sure this is aimed at windows platform to start with ( maybe possible in win10 since it offers more possibilities than Seven in this domain) or I simply don’t know how to use this…
In the end what i’d like to know is if there is a simple and quick way to get the command line, and only the command line, after modifying a picture with a filter, like a simple “export command line to clipboard” button next to the restore filter parameters one at the top of the screen or something else possible ?
Like i said there is maybe already something and i am too blind to see it.
Thanks a lot in advance.