A repository of extensions for GIMP, the FREE and Open Source image manipulation program.

Create Windows icon from image

This is an updated version of the already existing iconify2.scm.
Iconify2 plug-in converts a single layer of a single image into a multi-layered image ready to be saved as a Windows icon.

- Tested for Gimp 2.8
- Also creates the 256x256x32 big icon for Windows XP and later
- Slightly better naming of the layers
- Cleanup of the temporary images

Export Layers to single multiple pages PDF

This script enables export layers to a single multiple pages PDF file.
It requires "convert" executable file, therefore you have to install the ImageMagic package before using this script.

It is based on the cr33dog Export Layers as PNG plugin script.

It has been tested on the Linux Mint 14-17.1 (KDE) and Windows XP, Windows 7 with ImageMagic 6.9.1-Q16 and GIMP 2.8.10

Resynthesizer v1.0 for Linux and Windows

This is a suite of ten Gimp plugins known as the 'Resynthesizer'. The most commonly used is 'Heal selection' but all use the plugin whose full interface is found at 'Filters>Map>Resynthesize.'

resynthesizer.tar.gz is an archive for Linux.
Resynthesizer_v1.0-i686.zip is an archive for Windows.

The plugins require Gimp and Python. (Or, there exists a script-fu 'Heal selection' plugin that does not require Python.)

To install, download the appropriate file, uncompress it, and copy the files to the standard place for Gimp plugins.

Balance colors through samples indicated as gray.

This little script was inspired by "GIMP tutorial - advanced color correction using sample point and curves" which nicely describes a method to get the color balance of a drawable right.
It expects an active path. If it's not there it exits unceremoniously.
The average RGB values of a 5 pixel radius area around the points in the path are taken and from these color adjustment curves are invoked with the aim to equalize them and thereby get the color balance right.

Adaptive layer background

This script creates a background for the given layer, containg some kind of color gradient, but adaptive to the layer’s contents.

Freaky Details Python Script

I made a small python script, similar to a details-enhancement-procedure described here:
Vivid light blend mode is implemented using the color dodge and color burn technique. Selective Gaussian Blur is used instead "Surface Blur" so it works without G'MIC dependencies. Take care of the Gaussian Radius since high values / big images make Gimps Selective Gaussian Blur a VERY time consuming operation.


input: white object on black background
output: beveled object reflecting specified probe image

For a description with examples see:

Source code on github:

I only compiled a windows binary (see attachment).



Export the procedural database as formatted HTML.

Please see the readme included in the attached file for installation instructions.

The script takes 3 configuration options:



Divide the currently active layer into subsections of specified width&height (pxs). New layers containing subsections are appended to the active image's layer list. The new layers are labeled "(<x>,<y>)" in the new co-ordinate system.

Please see the readme included in the attached file for installation instructions.

The new co-ordinate system begins (0,0) in the top-left hand corner and moves left-to-right, top-to-bottom.
<x> represents row
<y> represents column


Dari judul diatas saya kira sobat sudah terbayang, akan kehebatan salah satu perangkat lunak pemulihan foto merekonstruksi bidang gambar yang dipilih dari piksel dekat batas seleksi. Menghapus objek yang tidak diinginkan dari gambar, seperti logo, watermark, tiang listrik, orang, teks atau artefak yang tidak diinginkan lainnya. Tentunya sobat juga telah akrab menggunakan plugin dan Script-fu terbaik di Gimp seperti Resynthesizer, Heal Selection, ataupun Smart Remove Selection.


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