I need to process a number of TIF files, adding a gradient background with text (as shown in the sample image) as well as adjusting the image's contrast, brightness and adding a drop shadow. I would like to use ImageMagick to accomplish the task, but I'm not an IM guru. The initial .TIF files have transparency defined, and I've included a small one in the attached file. All I need is an appropriate command-line or command-lines to do the deed. The Before Image is what the command line should operate on, and deliver something that looks like the After image (though in TIF format... the JPG was just to keep the file-size down) I did the After image in Photoshop as an example. Thanks.
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WinXP, ImageMagick 6.3.2