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Split and join images

This an improve version of "To slice and merge images" you can split your images in any number of rows and columns and join them again later.

Improvements:

  1. The splitted images have an Alpha Channel (transparency)
  2. The images names have sequential numbers (image1, image2...)

Bugs Fixed:

  1. The resultant images don't have the previus extension in their names
  2. The files aren't overwrited anymore

Thanks to "Anonymous" for the Alpha Channel and Giuseppe Conte

The aplication is installed in Filters->ATG

To slice and merge images - New version 2.0

Slices and joins scriptfu is useful when you want to split one image 'file' into smaller 'files', and to recombine it successively. One single image 'file' can be split into unlimited number of files. Image-slice script save on the file imagename.rcm all the data for the reconstruction.

Bugs fixed and enhancement:
Duplicate file name
Invalid path name (Linux user)

Slice export maintains the transparency.
Add Option in order to recompose all pieces on a layer.
Limited the maximum number of lines and columns to the dimension in pixel of the image.

For more information

To slice and merge images

Slices and joins scriptfu is useful when you want to split one image 'file' into smaller 'files', and to recombine it successively. One single image 'file' can be split into unlimited number of files. Image-slice script save on the file imagename.rcm all the data for the reconstruction.

For more information ..

Example

Adjoin 2 separate layers into stereo pair

The script is useful to work on the two images of stereo pairs using the gimp, after handling the two images as separate layers during editing, this script can be used to convert two layers back into one stereo image.

This script converts two equal sized layers being positioned above each other, into one stereo image with the two former layers positioned next to each other:
1. the user choses one of two piled layers to be moved to the right of the other layer
2. the script repositions the chosen layer next to the right border of the other layer

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