This Script-Fu Script goes through all picture files in a directory and make 4 common operations on them;
- Scales to a ratio defined in the script startup
- Levels Use Auto Level on the picture (if the user selects this)
- Sharpen Uee 40 % sharping (if the user selects this)
- Sharpen with unsharp mask (if the user selects this)
- Creates and store away a copy of the file with an added (user defined) suffix)
Sharpening tool, uses blurred mask. Sharpness is modified with few sliders that work like a kind of equalizer. User can control blurring parameters (radius and treshold for selective blur mask). It provides 4 types of output: Sharpenned image, mask, split/comparision mode and mask-to-img differences.
Brightness of image can be affected by levels-like tool that works indirectly - via the mask.
See attached screenshot for more info.
Saturation equalizer is saturation plugin that can adjust saturation of an image via 6 sliders – effectively the saturation curve. You can alo modify brightness of image with two spinboxes – they work like „levels“ tool.
Additionally you can autoalign RGB channels to eliminate color cast and there are few more features. I believe they are self-explanatory, once you work with plugin.
It internally works in floats, that means no information is lost during processing.
Plugin is multithreaded.
This I made for people creating sprite animationes. It can reduce the size for all images to 8 bit indexed without mixing up colors that should stay she same, like backgound colors that are supposed to become a transparent color.
It is my first GIMP script anyway and is a modified version of the sg-save-all-layers script.
It just saves a stack of layers as .bmp files with a palette of your choice in the specified directionary.
Create a palette___________________________________________
This is yet another in a series of "grid" scripts. I tried to shoe-horn this one into the circular grid script (found here: http://registry.gimp.org/node/25206), but there were too many other variables that were specific to the diamonds. It also gave me a chance to do a bit of code clean-up.