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tiles to files

Partitions an image into tiles (with, optionally, either gaps or overlaps between them) and then writes each tile as a separate jpeg file.

An alternative method of doing the same thing would involve first setting up a grid of guides (eg, http://registry.gimp.org/node/12003), then using Image->Transform->Guillotine (as noted here: http://registry.gimp.org/node/20826), and then saving each of the generated images to a file.

LayerGroups subsystem for Gimp

LayerGroups subsystem for Gimp

New version 1.0a, uploaded June 30, 2009

Flash SWF Export

A Python plugin that exports a GIMP image as a Shockwave Flash file or the layers of an GIMP image as a Shockwave Flash animation. The package "swftools" is required.

Presented by familie redlich :systeme

Download, screenshot and more information at

http://my.opera.com/area42/blog/flash-swf-export-for-gimp

Exif Viewer Binaries for Microsoft Windows

Windows binaries for the Exif Viewer plug-in by Bill Skaggs.

JPEG 2000

The wavelet/JPEG 2000 plug-in, written by Divyanshu Vats, from the 2006 GIMP Google Summer of Code wavelet project, mentored by Simon Budig.

It creates three plug-ins:
jp2: JPEG 2000 support
denoise: A noise removal plug-in
ihalf: Inverse halftoning -- remove halftones from printed images.

It requires the openjpeg library, available at: http://www.openjpeg.org/

I'm not sure what the license is (the code files don't say) but the COPYING file looks pretty free.

Exif Viewer

This is an Exif Viewer, mainly for jpeg photos taken with a digital camera. It is an update of the "Exif Browser" plugin from the old registry. It requires a recent version of libexif (tested with 0.6.16).

Instructions for Linux:

You need to have gimp already installed on your system. After downloading the file exif-browser.tar.gz, do the following steps.

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