You are here

image

Palette to Image

Palettes Menu -> Palette to Image

Take the active (selected) palette and create an image containing the colors and their names. Requires python.

Options:
- Font: pick the font for the name listing
- Size: size of each color

Tested with 2.6 and linux, but should work cross-platform.

TODO: it's hardcoded to a minimum of 200px wide - I should change that to something more reasonable. Some nice additions would be bg and text color selectors, and possibly some layout options (spacing, columns, etc.)

Have fun ;)

Perspective Reflection Script

This script modifies a layer to have a perspective and reflection consistent with that perspective.

This script is not finished. It has not been tested very much, and it is missing major features to come later on.

To install this script, copy it to your scripts folder, then restart Gimp. If you don't know where your scripts folder is, then go to Edit > Preferences > Folders > Scripts.

To run this script, select Filters > Decor > Perspective Reflection.

Feedback is appreciated.

Website Window Creator Script

This script creates a new image with a window useful for web design.

To install this script, copy it to your scripts folder, then restart Gimp. If you don't know where your scripts folder is, then go to Edit > Preferences > Folders > Scripts.

To run this script, select File > Create > Website Window.

Feedback is appreciated, and I will consider any changes that you request.

To slice and merge images

Slices and joins scriptfu is useful when you want to split one image 'file' into smaller 'files', and to recombine it successively. One single image 'file' can be split into unlimited number of files. Image-slice script save on the file imagename.rcm all the data for the reconstruction.

For more information ..

Example

Image subdivide

Subdivide the image in M Rows x N Columns and save any rectangular portion in the new files.

Tutorial: http://xoomer.alice.it/lwcon/gimp/scripts/image-subdivide.htm

Example

G'MIC : GREYC's Magic for Image Computing

The G'MIC plug-in for GIMP proposes a set of various filters to apply on your images, including artistic effects, image denoising and enhancement algorithms, 3D renderers, etc.. It is a quite large plug-in, integrating a lot of different effects.

DustCleaner

DustCleaner is a GIMP plug-in to automatically detect and remove the dust spots in digital images. It was registered under the menu of filter->noise.

Up-to-date binaries and source code can be found here:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/dustcleaner/
Demo can be found here:
http://picasaweb.google.com/franktao.cn/DustCleanerBeta#

Phoca Save Icons

This script (script-fu) allows users saving PNG with different size formats at once. It is useful if you are creating e.g. icons and you want to save all size formats at once. You can select:
- 512 x 512px
- 256 x 256px
- 128 x 128px
- 64 x 64px
- 48 x 48px
- 32 x 32px
- 22 x 22px
- 16 x 16px
See description here:
http://www.phoca.cz/documents/35-gimp/126-saving-png-image-with-differen...

dorylinux impaginatore

Questo script in python altro non è che una mia personalizzazione e relativa traduzione in italiano basato sul codice "Batch resize" di Carol Spears.
Ho volutamente messo i margini a zero perchè le miniature impaginate possano essere agevolmente tagliate ed ottenere delle piccole foto da un'impaginato grande. Io lo uso per creare in maniera del tutto automatica dei mini album partendo dall'impaginato grande, infatti ci sono pure le misure che uso io col mio laboratorio che stampa in banda 406mm. Si può comunque utilizzare pure per creare delle provinature nei vari formati.

Scale in steps

About

"Scale in steps" resizes an image to the given dimensions in several steps to get a way sharper result compared to resizing in one step. The step size is given in percent and should range between seven and ten percent.

Samples

None of the sample images are sharpened. The original picture was 3000×2000.

baerm_s5.jpg
Stepsize: 5%
baerm_s.jpg
Stepsize: 10%
baerm_f.jpg
Traditional scaling

 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - image