This is a script for The GIMP, a image manipulation program. Basically it consists in drawing circles with sequencial numbers inside, so some can "label" parts of a image to reference in another document.
To install it, just move the script to your local scripts directory, in Unix systems it is located at ~/.gimp-2.x/scripts. I don't know about Windows.
This package includes code to import/export the texgz image format
into Gimp (via a plugin) or other apps. The texgz format is specifically
designed to work well with OpenGL ES and uses zlib for lossless
compression. The following formats are supported by texgz:
Combine more time-lapse images in more layers into one image via mask. Support variable width of dithering and reverse order. All layers should have same size.
Script can be found in /Filters/Combine
Found bug? Have suggestion? Contact me:)
This script will export all visible layers to a user selected destination in 2 resolutions: full resolution for iPhone 4 and half resolution for older iPhones. Files are named according to layer name, and full resolution images have @2x in the filename.
This is a modified version of a script by Chris Mohler.
This simple script helps to clear "gray" paper-background for a scanned documents (pictures) to a white color. It is used by myself to clear lot of files. In batch mode, processed files must have extension JPG and changed versions will be saved to the same place, replacing original. Tested on Win32 GIMP v2.6, but i think will work with other 2.x too.
p.s. the main idea of the script is described on the this page (russian only, sorry).
Basically it is not a plugin. It is a small standalone program in C++ and a wrapper script for seemless integration into GIMP.
It allows to alter an image with 16 bit L*a*b* curves with preview. You call it like a script from gimp. The image is send to that program, you play with the L*a*b* curves and when you save the altered image is send back and everything is cleaned up...