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BIMP. Batch Image Manipulation Plugin.

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BIMP is a graphical batch plugin to apply a set of GIMP manipulations on groups of images.
You can use predefined manipulations like resize, crop, flip, rotate, color correction, sharpen, watermark, format conversion, rename, but you can also select other installed plugins or script-fu and apply them to each image.

Windows version and source code for Linux/Mac systems:

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Thanks for your research on that problem.
Following your idea of a compatibility problem between my version of GCC and probably PCRE (because i have compiled a couple of GIMP plug-ins with that system). I have tried different compatibility packages for GCC without success.

The solution was found by 'wacmaster' above and consisted in my case (64bits) of adding the following item at the end off 'gcc ...' line in the Makefile make section:
Thanks 'wacmaster' !

Now you can STOP the batch process when you want, also check the changelog for other improvements!

new version works great! Thank you for making such a useful plugin even better!

A new version has been uploaded:

Version 0.5:
- Rewritten the "Other GIMP procedure..." dialog and made some stability fixes
- More format customizations in "Change Format and Quality"
- Fixed a bug that didn't permit to save images in TGA format
- Few graphical fixes around

It would be great if someone could test the Windows version, in particular the new "Other GIMP Procedure" dialog

Great plugin, the interface is clean and the possibility to use scripts is a very usefull feature. Moreover it seems to work well with gimp 2.8.

There are several problem with the last version

I try and add images or directories and it doesn't show any image files to choose just folders.
When i open a folder full of images it shows nothing in the dialog.
Am i missing a DLL file or something from the windows download?


Probably a missing Gtk's DLL for Windows, but I can't investigate more because I can't reproduce this problem.
I posted some thoughts here

Hello. Thanks for this plugin!
I have a request. Could you add an option to choose the dpi resolution in the resize dialog?
It could be an option to directly choose the desired resolution, and another to normalize or unify the resolution taking the highest resolution among all the images.
In the next thread I explain where it might be useful:

That was simple and useful ;)
For now, I added an option to specify a new resolution for all the images. The secondary feature that takes the highest is "pending". I will assess it in the coming days.

Version 0.3 is out, guys.


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