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Colors and grain

This is a very simple script for method of image processing othen used by myself - splitting picture into a two assembled layers: colors and grain. This gives us a very lot of capabilities of changing picture without making a hard artefacts inside it.

You can read more about the script, with a sample of use here:
http://leoblog.ru/?Proekty:Pesni_pro_grafiku:Skript_dlya_GIMP_avtomatizi...

p.s. i'm also add a second version - for a slow machines; it do same thing, but by the little diffrent way.

iPhone Layer Extraction

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.

psd2html Plugin

This is a Python plug-in for the GIMP that will extract images and text out of a .psd file (or other layered formats) and create an .html template from it. I don't think this plugin will ever fully replace a human coder, but it should be able to do 50-90% of the work.

This project is hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/SeanHayes/psd2html-gimp-plug-in

Get Curves Plugin

This plugin calculates the color curve from two different pictures (Original and Modified).
Build and install it with:
$ gimptool-2.0 --install elsamuko-get-curves.c

polygonal-selection.scm

Script to make polygonal selection at center point specified.

Tutorial: http://xoomer.alice.it/lwcon/gimp/script-fu/polygonal-selection.htm

Py extract layer

This script adds every single layer to the background.
Every layer matched with the background is saved by the name of the layer in a directory called with the name of the image.
See: http://krypt77.altervista.org/index_gimp.htm

Py_extract_layers

This script adds every single layer to the background.
Every layer matched with the background is saved by the name of the layer in a directory called with the name of the image.
See: http://krypt77.altervista.org/index_gimp.htm

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