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I would suggest you use ImageMagick to do the Fourier transformations (see examples). Not only do you save yourself some time, as batch examples are plentiful and Fourier transform is built in. You could do this in Photoshop you would just have to go and find a filter that does Fourier transform (like here). The scripting interface is just a bit more ...


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Sorry about the nerdy answer, but swftools can be an option. Once you launch a command line interface you should be able to navigate to the swftools folder and run the swfcombine tool passing your main target swf filename followed by the paths to the .swf files you want to combine. Tool reference is available here swfcombine - multi-function tool for ...


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Vectorian Giotto is a freeware SWF editor, the UI looks kinda like the Adobe Flash one so if you have used that one before you can get used to it Another option is you can convert your swf's to gifs and open them in photoshop, combine the frames and export it to a gif


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I use jp2a for ascii art. Straightforward to use from command line: jp2a --width=76 file.jpg And can test results online at asciiconvert.com.


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Since it wasn't complicated, I decided to write it from scratch. I wouldn't expect the script to be very fast, due to the fact that it's opening, saving and closing files. It should highly depend on your computer and the .ai file(s) in question. Make sure to check the first two variables: overwrite and targetVersion, before trying to run the script. You may ...


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When you use the automate batch with an action, if you don't want the files to be rewritten, you have the option to save them in a different folder that you previously created. Below the "destination" you can select the new folder to save your new files into. I guess you'll need to change the folder for each new batch. You can also decide to add an extra ...


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Use the layers panel I find the easiest way to accurately select multiple artboards is the layers panel. Collapse the artboard groups (if your list is too long), then command-click each title you're after. Three ways to move Click and drag the title of any selected artboard in the workspace. Don't miss or you'll lose your selection! (>_<) Use the ...


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Unless all of the monitors have the same aspect ratio, then this won't work. You could run a couple of scripts to extract the positions of each path's nodes and then use that information to transform an image and composite it on top of the monitor. But if you can't tell the script what the image should look like if the screen were 'flat', then it will look ...


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It sounds like what you are looking for is a data merge solution. Data merge is simply where you have a shell document with variables in it and a data file (usually a spreadsheet saved as a CSV file) that is used to replace the variables. There are a lot of solutions for this. Here are a few (some of these will require that you re-create or import your ...


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It depends on what programming environment you're comfortable in and the format you're able to supply your primitives. As I mentioned here, I've had pretty good luck with Flat and Even from http://xxyxyz.org/. The project hasn't been updated in some time, though, so your milage may vary. Processing is also a nice choice and has a very active community ...



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