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I am trying to make a workflow in Automator that takes video screenshots and ideally at the end montages them into one image.

I have the video shot working, and is saving into a timestamped folder, so the sequence runs and a folder with the current time stamp is saved 3 images Shot1.tiff, Shot2.tiff, Shot3.tiff into a folder.

I've installed Imagemagick and it's working if I browse to the folder in Terminal and run the montage command:

%> montage -geometry +4+4 Snap1.tiff Snap2.tiff Snap3.tiff montage.jpg

then I get just what I want - the output montage.jpg However I'm trying to replicate this in Automator at the end of my 3 images - and that's what I'm struggling with - transferring this to a Shell script with the variables in Automator?

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Ive got this working (roughly) by hard-coding. The Script wants to pass the filenames individually to go round a loop for each file, but I want to hand them all together - I can do it by dumping all arguments at once, hard-coding the output file to the desktop then moving the output file. It's not pretty but variables into script is beyond me.

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  • Can you add the code/commands you used for this? This would make it easier for others to learn from your experience.
    – nohillside
    Jan 18 at 6:37

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