By default, the following post-processing options modify a single bracket.
- An example of a functional Bracket flag would look like this:
[You talking to me --plus 300]
The following options are only for brackets; they don’t modify the entire request.
Remove the first part of a dialogue if found.
Remove the second part of a dialogue if found.
[- Some question. - Some answer. --remove-first]
By default, Kinobot will try to merge a list of quotes by context. This flag will disable such behaviour.
Take this example of a mergeable list of quotes:
"This is a quote...",
"and yes, it is a quote."
"This is a quote and yes, it is a quote."
These quotes are being merged because Kinobot assumes they are being said by the same person.
In the other hand, an example of a non-mergeable list of quotes would look like this:
Like stated on
--no-merge, Kinobot tries to merge quotes by
context. This flag will try to merge the quotes no matter the context
guessed by the punctuation.
This should only be used for a list of quotes in which you are sure they are from the same person.
It’s a known fact that the less the amount of images the better. The correct use of this flag will have an own Badge in the future.
An integer defining the limit of characters for the merge (default: 60).
--merge_chars will only work in the
first bracket of a request item (e.g.
!req MOVIE [CONTENT --wild-merge]
If the request is of
swap type, don’t draw any quote to the destination image.
An integer of the amount of milliseconds to add (default: 0) (limit: 3000).
An integer of the amount of milliseconds to subtract (default: 0) (limit: 3000).
--plus -30 is equal to
--minus is used for better
An integer of the relative horizontal offset for the cropped image (default: 0) (limit -100 to 100).
An integer of the relative vertical offset for the cropped image (default: 0) (limit -100 to 100).
--y-crop don’t modify the final image dimensions at
all. Their values are relative to the crop computed on the entire
request. If the final aspect ratio doesn’t modify the original
dimensions of the images, these flags will have no effect.
A custom comma-separated list of integer values defining the left, upper, right, and lower coordinates (also known as a box) that will be applied to the image crop (default: None).
As there’s no way to know how many pixels an image has (different sources, display aspect ratio, etc.), all of the values are relative to the image in the scale of 0 to 100.
Every time Kinobot makes a collage, all of the images are scaled to the
same aspect ratio and resolution. In the case of multiple images,
--custom-crop must be set on every bracket.
An URL of a custom transparent image/sticker to paste over the generated bracket frame (default: None). The image must be PNG and transparent.
A float value that will multiply the width and height of the image (default: 1.0) (limit: 0 to 3.0).
A custom list of two comma-separated values definining the
position of the paste (default: 0,0). Like
values are relative to the bracket frame.