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Palette to Image

Palettes Menu -> Palette to Image

Take the active (selected) palette and create an image containing the colors and their names. Requires python.

Options:
- Font: pick the font for the name listing
- Size: size of each color

Tested with 2.6 and linux, but should work cross-platform.

TODO: it's hardcoded to a minimum of 200px wide - I should change that to something more reasonable. Some nice additions would be bg and text color selectors, and possibly some layout options (spacing, columns, etc.)

Have fun ;)

OpenRaster load/save handler

OpenRaster is an effort by the Create project[1] to offer a standardized and open interchange format for raster-based applications. MyPaint and Drawpile (SVN version) uses this format by default, and Krita and gegl should be able to use it. Now GIMP can too! This plug-in will be in GIMP 2.7.1+ If you are using such a version, please use the provided plugin instead of this one.

DOWNLOAD FROM HERE:
http://gitorious.org/openraster/gimp-plugin-file-ora/blobs/raw/master/fi...

Gimp IDE

Simple GIMP IDE.

In fact, Gimp IDE is a simple text editor with syntax highlighting, with the ability to run the script.
Simple dialog allow you to create plug-in based on you script.

Perhaps fills a gap between conventional designer who can copy-paste from the web page, but can not edit and save script as plug-in.

In feature i plan create mini plug-in repository in internet with simple lifecycle as:

1) Select plug-in from menu (content menu is list of plug-ins on server).
2) Plug-in automaticaly download from server and run

Mix cells

Script to randomly mix cells of a selection. The bounding box of the current selection will be used automatically to eliminate non-rectangular and feathered selection. After specifying the count of columns and rows in the selected region the width and height of the selection will be reduced if necessary (thus ensured the divisibility of the selection). The script will then shuffle the cells inside the selection and return the mixed image on a new layer or in place of the original layer.

Fake-DRI

This plugin fakes some kind of DRI effect by enchancing the dark parts of a picture and reducing the light parts. After that procedure it enhances the contrast by using the unsharp masking filter.

Because GIMP has no action recorder till now, i wrote this as a simple batch in python ;-).

I hope, you're like this little thing.

Tested with GIMP 2.6.x. Should be fine in 2.4.x too.

Palette Generator

New version:1_3
Add to palette black, gray and white by default.

New version:1_2
Save palette bug fixed.

Version:1_1
Adjust light of scheme work fine (I hope!)

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

NDS Texture exporter

This is a plugin to export image in raw format that can be used for textures on the Nintendo DS (for DevkitPro).

The plugin add some new "save as" target for each format supported:
* NDS A3I5 (palletted, 8bit: 3bit alpha and 5bit index)
* NDS A5I3 (palletted, 8bit: 5bit alpha and 3bit index)
* NDS RGB16 (palletted, 4bit index - 16 colors)
* NDS RGB256 (palletted, 8bit index - 256 colors)
* NDS RGB (raw 15bit)
* NDS RGBA (raw 15bit + 1bit alpha)

Molten Material

This plugin will simulate a "molten material" effect for the given shape. To make this plugin work, draw some random blobs onto the canvas and start the "Molten Material" plugin from within Filters->Artistic.

Example image

Further examples

These links will show you further examples of the Molten Material plugin:

parse_subtitles

Python-Fu script to create subtitle images for DVDs from "SubRip" files (*.srt).

Can be used in batch mode; just adapt the files 'gimprc' and the Linux shell script 'run_parse_subtitles'. Extension to support other filetypes should be easy.

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