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Calculate Saturation

This plugin calculates the saturation from a picture with four different saturation algorithms:
1. (max-min)
2. (max-min) / sum
3. like HSV: (max-min) / max
4. like HSL: (max-min) / (max+min)

Build and install it with:
$ gimptool-2.0 --install elsamuko-saturation.c

You'll find it then under Colors->Components->Calc Saturation.

Example:
Saturation

Microfiche to files

This script chops up microfiche images into their individual pages and saves them as a series of image files

Keeping the color tools settings under control

The color tools (Levels, Curves, Threshold...) memorize all settings used. Over time these accumulate, slowing down tool startup, and making it more difficult to reach the explicitly saved settings, which appear at the bottom of the list.

The settings-cleaner script will run automatically at each Gimp startup and do some housekeeping on these files, directed by a short configuration file, keeping at most a specified number of settings not older than a specified number of days. Settings that have been explicitly saved with a name are of course left in.

Logo Toolbox V1.3.1

This Script Has Been Updated to Version 1.3.1

Python-Fu samples

This package contains 12 scripts, developed using Python and GIMP 2.8, which objective is to serve as templates and as code samples to programmers that are new in Python-Fu scripting.
In order to install these scripts, you must copy them in the "plug-ins" folder of GIMP (normally "GIMP 2/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins").
After installed, the scripts can be found in "Filters -> Test".

Basic scripts

These scripts are basic examples of how to create a Python plugin.

Python-Fu samples

== Pythoh-Fu samples ==

This package contains 12 scripts, developed using Python and GIMP 2.8, which objective is to serve as templates and as code samples to programmers that are new in Python-Fu scripting.
In order to install these scripts, you must copy them in the "plug-ins" folder of GIMP (normally "GIMP 2/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins").
After installed, the scripts can be found in "Filters -> Test".

Basic scripts

These scripts are basic examples of how to create a Python plugin.

Insane Bump

This is a normal map generator from a single image, originally created by omaremad. Load a single layer picture, then choose filters/map/insanebump..., tweak the details, then hit OK. The normal/height/ambiend/specular maps for the picture will be created within the folder where the original picture resides.

The script produces different files within the original image's directory:
the _n is the normal map,
the _s is the specular,
the _d is the diffusion (just the color)
the _a is the ambiend occlusion
the _h is the displacement (or height map)

Wacom Tablet Mode Setting (Linux)

This is a python-fu script to cycle through four modes on a Wacom Intuos 5 tablet, updating the middle touch ring to perform different functions in each mode (eg zoom, change brush size, prev/next layer, scoll). The script can set the correct LED on the tablet, but only if write permissions are given to the leds in the /proc file system (see the source code for hints).
Requires xsetwacom and libnotify-tools. Only intended for Linux.

webSplit photoshop sector tool like new version

Photoshop sector like script for slice the image for web, new options added, select de image format and html source code for each sector. More info in http://www.arakne.es/en/dessign/gimp-websplit-new-version/
Versión en castellano (spanish version): http://www.arakne.es/diseno/gimp-websplit-nueva-version/

CEGUI Animation Exporter

CEGUI Uses imagesets and animation XML to perform animations with images (No GIFS for U)

This plugin creates a film strip style image from layers of a single image, along with the necessary xml files needed by CEGUI to use the strip in an animation.

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