I was looking in MagickCore::CompositeOperator but i didn’t find flatten operator. Something like backgorund i found, but how to do gray50?. That’s what “-flatten” does. It takes a sequence of images, composes them one at a time against the previous image(s), taking transparency into account. As nick said, the function Imagick::flattenImages() is deprecated. Replacing it by Imagick::mergeImageLayers(Imagick::LAYERMETHOD_FLATTEN) partially.
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However, when I run the command convert Banner. The flattened image is blurry.
The psd file has 6 layers and it looks like the flattened jpg image is showing only the last three. I have a suspicion that only the first layer is “visible”. Is there some information in the image info that I can use to determine this?
How to flatten a psd file. – ImageMagick
Also, I’m new to this forum. Is there a public place I can post the psd and jpg files related to this?
I have some psd notes here http: ImageMagick examples mostly using php Imagick examples. Then put the address to the file such as http: That will enclose your address with Img tags so that your image will be displayed here in your message, linked from your own server.
There was a post here some time ago, that the first layer in the psd is the final composited image. You will have to do a search to see if you can find that. I think this was the post.
PSD images generally contain both a flattened version of the image and all its layers. Use the ‘’ form of the filename to just select the pre-flattened version of the image.
That’s the ticket, I just created a 12 layer psd file, Text. The command convert text. Select all convert boots.