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WebP Import / Export

This plugin makes it possible to load and save files using the new WebP image format. (http://code.google.com/speed/webp/)

When saving images in this format, you will be able to specify a quality factor that can range from 0 to 100. The higher the number, the larger the file produced and the better the quality of the image.

Valve Texture Format

Allows the GIMP to read and write Valve Texture Format files on Windows. Download the latest release and source code at http://code.google.com/p/gimp-vtf/.

A relatively simple save options screen is used; to access VTF's more esoteric features make your textures with VTFEdit.

There are two GIMP-specific features. You can:

Divide Scanned Images

A script that will detect multiple images within a single image, crop them, optionally straighten them, and save them out with incrementing filenames+numbers. It was developed to aid in separating photos scanned on a flatbed scanner as one "image".

There is a big discussion thread over at gimptalk on this: http://www.gimptalk.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=36438

The script also provides a batch mode to process a while directory of scanned images pages.

Note that the straightening will only work if you have the deskew plugin installed: http://www.cubewano.org/gimp-deskew-plugin/

Iterative Save

Once installed, this plugin will add an 'Iterative Save' entry in your GIMP menu, under File -> Save. Using this with an image which has been previously saved as an XCF will now save the image with an added numeric suffix. The first time this feature is invoked, it will save your image as yourfile_0000.xcf; subsequent calls will continue to save the image with an increased numeric suffix (i.e. image_0001.xcf, image_0002.xcf, etc).

gimp-netpbm2gimp-plugins and Netpbm2Gimp

gimp-netpbm2gimp-plugins is a collection of over 200 GIMP plug-ins produced by running the source code of the Netpbm graphics filters through Netpbm2Gimp, which is described below.

Phoca Save Icons

This script (script-fu) allows users saving PNG with different size formats at once. It is useful if you are creating e.g. icons and you want to save all size formats at once. You can select:
- 512 x 512px
- 256 x 256px
- 128 x 128px
- 64 x 64px
- 48 x 48px
- 32 x 32px
- 22 x 22px
- 16 x 16px
See description here:
http://www.phoca.cz/documents/35-gimp/126-saving-png-image-with-differen...

dorylinux impaginatore

Questo script in python altro non è che una mia personalizzazione e relativa traduzione in italiano basato sul codice "Batch resize" di Carol Spears.
Ho volutamente messo i margini a zero perchè le miniature impaginate possano essere agevolmente tagliate ed ottenere delle piccole foto da un'impaginato grande. Io lo uso per creare in maniera del tutto automatica dei mini album partendo dall'impaginato grande, infatti ci sono pure le misure che uso io col mio laboratorio che stampa in banda 406mm. Si può comunque utilizzare pure per creare delle provinature nei vari formati.

TGA Batch Save

Save all layers as TGA files, discarding alpha channels and applying layer masks as alpha if they exist. Name becomes imagename-layername.tga
This script is created by Joao S. O. Bueno at my request and I take no credit for it's development.
Appears in /Layer/Transparency/Copy Mask to Other layers of the Image window.

RAWTex

RAWTex is a save plugin for GIMP 2.2.x, 2.3.x & 2.4.x allowing to create raw textures for the PC, PSP, NDS, PS2 or any other architecture handling chunky or compressed dxtc formats.

It can save raw RGBA (5650, 5551, 4444 or 8888) & indexed (T4, T8) textures (with 5650, 5551, 4444 or 8888 palette modes support) as well as DXTC (DXT1, DXT3, DXT5) compresssed ones, it supports the PSP textures swizzle mode and can generate mipmaps, it also have a color key feature to handle transparency and can convert grayscale pictures into alpha channel only textures.

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