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Mycelium

Creates a new image rendered by moving automata (threads or worms) feeding from the original.

Works on color, gray, and indexed images. Ignores the selection and alpha.

Example effects:

https://github.com/bootchk/pluginMycelium/blob/master/data/LenaGrayGreed...
https://github.com/bootchk/pluginMycelium/blob/master/data/LenaRGBGreedy...

Heatmap Plugin

This plugin calculates a heatmap from a picture.
Build and install it with:
$ gimptool-2.0 --install elsamuko-heatmap.c

You'll find it then under Colors->Heatmap.

Rotation Animation

This script helps create simple rotating animations.

It asks for the desired number of animation frames (between 4 and 24 frames in increments of 4), and generates the corresponding number of layers each containing a rotated version of the image's background layer.
A choice of animation motion (circular and pendulum) is provided.

It has been tested in Gimp 2.6.11 on GNU/Linux and 2.8 on Windows XP.

Released v1.11 on 2012-07-02.

* Added pendulum motion
* fixed issue from lingering test code

Create Texture Atlas and Map (export layers and call Sprite Sheet Packer)

This plugin will export the layers in your image as png files, using slightly modified functions from Chris Mohler's Export Layers as PNG plugin, then run Sprite Sheet Packer on them to generate a texture atlas and corresponding map (text file).

Important: Sprite Sheet Packer is needed for this, as well as my Miyagi skin exporter. I have attached it here, but you can also download these binaries from this link.

Polar Monitor Bitmap (.pmb) load/save handler

The Polar Monitor Bitmap is a simple text-based 1-bit image file format. It is used for uploading logos to Polar watches (http://www.polar.fi/) using e.g. the Polar UpLink Tool or the Polar ProTrainer software.

Build and install:
$ gimptool-2.0 --install file-pmb.c

Erosion Sharpen Script

This script sharpens an image with the built-in GIMP plugins erode and dilate.
These two plugins infiltrate the image with the lowest/highest pixel of the closer environment, but never higher or lower.
http://docs.gimp.org/en/plug-in-dilate.html
http://docs.gimp.org/en/plug-in-erode.html

This means, they can be used to sharpen an image w/out halos.

YUV Temperature Plugin

This plugin changes the color temperature of an image via shifting it in the YUV color space:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YUV

Compile and install it with:
$ CC="g++ -O2" gimptool-2.0 --install elsamuko-temperature.c

Menu entry is Colors -> Color temperature.

Ebook Plugins

 

This is a set of two plug-ins: one creates a new template file, the other combines that template to create a '3D view' of your ebook cover.

These plug-ins require Python! If you have the menu item 'Filters->Python-Fu->Console' then you are ready to install these. If not - search the forums or the web on how to add Python support to your version of GIMP.

Post Rotate Crop

The attached zip file now includes a Python version of the Post Rotate Crop script. This runs very much faster than the Script-Fu version (which is also included in the zip file for those who don't have Python installed).

Whilst originally intended to be used following a rotation the script can also be used following
other transformations, such as perspective, scale and shear. The transparent areas added to the
image by the transformation are removed to leave an opaque rectangle.

The script provides options that determine how the resulting rectangle should be maximized.

Android Icon

Applies Android menu icon style to image.

Requires Layer Effects plugin to work. In fact, this plugin just applies a series of layer effects with preset settings to image to achieve Android menu icon look. The plugin includes a batch mode, which can be used from command line like this:

gimp -i --batch-interpreter=python-fu-eval -b 'pdb.python_fu_androidicon_batch(None, None, "/path/to/pictures/*.svg", "/path/to/res");pdb.gimp_quit(1)'

Tested with GIMP 2.6

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