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Some scripts fixed for 2.7 and 2.8

Here are some scripts from my scripts directory, which happened to be fixed for 2.8, either because I needed them or out of curiosity. They may be backward incompatible with 2.6. If I did the work before the authors, they can receive their good back here. I updated this package on 2012/09/09, adding some other great scripts I use daily.

Save layers names

Save layers names into a file called 'gimp-layers' in the chosen directory.

Pencil-draw subfunction (hatching)

This is a little simple script what helphs to hatching selected area of picture with a pencil-like lines (random noise+moving blur). This script is used in "yet another way" to stylize photo like a drawing. Examples are here,
full description is at http://leoblog.ru/?Proekty:Pesni_pro_grafiku:Make_a_picture_from_photo_%...

video example

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9ciiaVgb_c

Morphology edges detection

This is another simple script for edges detection. I like like it much more than standart edge detection scripts, because in case of photo processing it gives results more close to real ones.

After installation, script will be at Scripts/Leon/Morphology edges detection

I'm attached here an example: sources picture and results of Sobel and Morphology edge detection. Each edges are processed: colors inverted, Color-Levels-Auto.

morphology:

Sobel:

Several effects photo (All-in-one)

Update 24/09/2012

English :

This script is a gathering of several of littles scripts that I wrote.

Effects in this scripts are : Pinhole camera (Stenope), Sepia, Vintage, Orton, "pseudo-HDR", Infra-red and some others...

In the PDF file, you can see examples. This document is not yet translate in English (sorry, but my English is so poor...).

Sierpinski Fractal Shapes

These two scripts make Sierpinksi fractals. One does a triangle, and one does a carpet. The attached pictures show what happens when the scripts are run with the default values. You can change the sizes and colors, as wel as making the "holes" in each of the shape transparent.

These two scripts are both found in the Filters -> SambrookJM -> Sierpinksi. No, they're not overly useful scripts, but someone out there may find a use for them.

Enjoy!

Traditional Animation - GIMP Lightbox

The Lightbox scripts have been created to make animating 'Frame by frame' easier and more intuitive in Gimp.
It does this by trying to emulate animating traditionally.

The scripts helps organise layers into separate sections allowing Frames, Colour and Backgrounds.
These can all be added and organised from the Animate menu which the script adds.

These layers can then be viewed, composited and exported as an moving animation, .gifs or .tif image sequences for editing.

Apply image as dark frame to a batch of image files

Applies the currently open image to a batch of images as a dark frame, for the removal of hot-pixels in sequences of images.  Suitable for timelapse or other animations taken in low light with non-RAW images where dark frames typically cannot be applied on opening.

Can act on all images in a directory, on a range of images between two specified (default) or on a single image.  Output files have a specified prefix, a sequentially numeric suffix (eg Frame00001.jpg) from a specified starting number.  The output directory may be specified, or the input directory used.

CD Casefier - put your CD in a case

This Plug-in for Gimp will let you put a scanned CD photo into a 'virtual' case.

To use it, install the plug-in, open the CD image with Gimp and then go to Filters -> Artistic -> CD Casefier…

Select the size of the (square) output image and click OK. Depending on the image chosen, you may want to set the “Try to crop corners” option, which works best for real CD scanned pictures.

Expired Polaroid 600 Print Emulation

So, I've been playing a bit more lately with emulating the effects produced when shooting on some 5 year old Polaroid 600 instant film. I took some shots the other day with it, and it produced these really neat areas of the film where no developer had reached, leaving this strange and interesting splotches of un-developed print behind.

I thought it might be fun to emulate in GIMP, and even better to reproduce the effects with a little script-fu (for practice).

So, here it is:

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