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Batch Brushes

This little bit of Script-Fu converts all images of a specified extension in a single folder to greyscale .gbr files. script-fu popup prompts you for the folder containing the images, and which extension to filter on.

Brushes are created in the same folder as the images, using the original filenames (but with .gbr as the extension instead of frex. .jpg).

Tested in Windows XP with GIMP 2.6 - not tested in other environments or versions, but as this script is very bare bones, it should work on any GIMP version from at least 2.2 up (not sure about earlier).

LaTeX formulas (via

This script is a simple add-on to the wonderful service provides: You give LaTeX-Code and get the formula as an image to add it e.g. into an presentation (who wants to use Microsoft Formula Editor??) Using this add-on you take gimp as an proxy that is able to change the text-color ( only provides plain black on white background with some alpha-pixels). You may choose an image size as provides it and get an _real_ alpha background image and you favorite text color.


Simple Door Hanger Template script

A simple script to generate a template for a Door Hanger. The template generated is at a 300dpi resolution and is 900X3000 pixels (ie 3 X10 inches when printed).

Initial image

Automaticly copies the image and insert this. The script creates a Layer-Mask and makes a part of the insert layer invisible.
It's great to have a part of the original image on the top, because than you have a very well comparision.

If you have any suggestions for improvement contact me.

Please notice: It's only version 1.0.0, so I hope it will be better in near future!

I hope this example conform your requests:

Render Technological Image

Based on the set edge, pixel ammount, color and brightness, this script-fu generates a layer that looks techno.

Here is an example of what it makes...

You can find it when you create the image window...
Script-Fu -> Render -> Tech

(Note: This is my first Script-Fu)

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.

gimp-netpbm2gimp-plugins and Netpbm2Gimp

gimp-netpbm2gimp-plugins is a collection of over 200 GIMP plug-ins produced by running the source code of the Netpbm graphics filters through Netpbm2Gimp, which is described below.

Noise generator

This filter generates noise in an image. Available noise types are

  • Poisson noise
  • Gaussian noise
  • Uniform noise
  • Laplace noise
  • Lorentz noise
  • It is possible to generate (YCbCr) luminance noise only and to apply a gamma correction.

    General description

    This filter noisifies an image with different types of noise. For each noise type it's specific values can be set. These are

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.

Golden Mailing Labels

This python plugin reads names and addresses from a MySQL database and creates golden mailing labels (with optional return label).

I created this script out of the desire to have golden text on my wedding invitation and save the date envelopes. I may have taken this too far :-)

WARNING: Some understanding of SQL required.
Screen shots & Examples added (03-18-08)

The completed envelope(s) are either displayed or exported to a png or jpeg file. I found windows preview far more capable of printing than the GIMP (sorry everybody).


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