Get GIMP version (so scripts can be backwards compatible to 2.6)
I just created this stand alone script so that I can make my scripts work in 2.8 and 2.6. This used to be part of another script I had, so I'm not sure whether or not I needed to do script-fu-register, but it's working for me in 2.8.0 without having that.
There is an example usage in the header, but I'm showing it here, too:
; Example usage:
; ; Determine if GIMP version is greater than 2.6.X
; (set! gimpVersionHigherThan2pt6ptX (isGimpVersionHigherThan2pt6ptX))
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.
Line Nova (GIMP 2.8.0 version) with x and y offset from center added
I just installed GIMP 2.8.0 so I used that script as the baseline, and added my updates to it. I'm also reposting the original one I had posted, in case the new one isn't backwards compatible with 2.6 etc.
I have turned off notifications via e-mail, because it has caused the registry to be listed as a spam site, due to all the notifications being sent out, many of them of the recipients who never wanted them, but whose addresses got used by spammers for registration on the site.
I'm sorry to have to turn this off, but according to a recent poll, the number of people actually using this feature is fairly small, and the adverse effects are big, so I felt this was the best choice.
A script that will blend a gradient between two paths, so long as each path has the same number of segments.
It registers under Filters->Render->Path Blend.
You have to select two paths (they must be different and have the same number of segments) and one gradient. The order of the paths corresponds to the direction of the gradient (From the first path To the second path.
Color Grading plug-in, creates a cine image look based on user input. For a
contemporary image look, use complimentary colors in shadows and
highlights. It is also preferable to be used on a somewhat neutral image
(ie pre white balanced) for best control of the final result. If it's
not a raw image balance it before with Color Balance 2.