- Added command -blend_seamless and associated plug-in filter Layers / Blend [seamless] that implements the technique described in the article "Poisson Image Editing' by Perez-etal, to seamlessly merge image data (full article available at : bybjhso.xeds.eu/clone/poisson.pdf ).
Here we are with a new version !
Nice one, I must say :)
Here is the Changelog :
- New plug-in filter 'Film emulation / Add grain', to add non-synthetic grain to your images.
- New command '-syntexturize' and associated plug-in filter 'Patterns / Resynthetize texture' which uses pha...
G'MIC is a great creative tool but sometimes we fall short (especially the noobz like me) because we do not dare to experiment. So I invite all to post links to tutorials and tips with the G'MIC already in the forum there are a few that I will link. I hope it will help the newcomers to know the G'MIC
- Make an old movie from a photo in GIMP - Animation tutorial
I've done a small code snippet this morning to test something, just for fun and I wonder if there could be some applications to this.
The command I wrote takes two opaque images with same dimensions as inputs and add an alpha channel to the second image  such that performing an alpha blending of the new  over  renders the same as the old , with th...
Just stopping in 2 say Hi Every1
I am Totally new 2 Gimp & seen G'mic as a ad on. so just reading through some posts 2 c if I can try 2 understand what I have 2 do, it seems I have my work cut out 4 me atm, as I am soooo lost on here (O.o) lol
any way have a Great day yall. hope u don't mind if I ask some Q's on here 4rm time 2 time :)
I have a desktop PC with windows 7. I've used GIMP and G'MIC for several years and love it. Recently I upgraded to a newer version of G'MIC placing it in the plugins folder and now when I open GIMP the computer has to go through the process of installing G'MIC as a new program. Any pointers as to prevent this are appreciated.
There is now an experimental G'Mic implementation of Luminosity masks in Testing/Naggobot. Filter is named Luminance to Alpha. The implementation roughly follows the tutorial by Pat David
with some tweaks of my own.
Masks can be outputted to Gimp as layers or as alpha channels which is more convenien...
I have been testing out G'MIC's segmentation filter on my texture matching camouflage patterns. The end product comes out with some interesting features that may improve the pattern.
The only problem is that the end product is not tileable like the input image.
I have been using G'MIC's gimp plugin for awhile now. However, I have not done any custo...
I want to run a filter on 100s of images with the command line in Windows 7. When I tried, it loaded all of the images into the image list at once. Well it tried too but I quickly ran out of memory. I guess I need to use a batch file.
I've tried looking up batch file commands, but I'm not sure where to begin. If anyone can give me a simple batch file that I can insert m...
Here is a mostly bug-fix version, with improvements command '-text'.
New features :
- Output PANDORE-5 file. (extension .pan) now accepts datatype option as well.
- Added new tutorial pages (written by Garry Osgood) to the G'MIC web pages.
- Command '-replace_seq' has been greatly optimized and now allows to repl...
Hi again :D
I got this image:
And I maked this mask:
So i have this overlapping:
What I want is fill each cell with the average color of the bottom image.
There's a way to do it ?
I've designed a new filter today, trying to mimic the Ben Heine "Circlism" effect (see for instance : [https://www.flickr.com/photos/benheine/6190371312/in/photostream]). Of course I didn't succeed :) Having a fully automatic filter that does the same thing is really not easy to do.
But here is what the filter in G'MIC does : it tries to place circles with ...
I've stumbled across this very interesting page today :
This is apparently a quite recent page, but the content is already awesome. It describes precisely the basics (and more) of the G'MIC script language, with lot of examples, figures and so on...
I admit this was a bit unexpected to see something like this onlin...
I've added moire removal filter to my testing folder. I think it's better than most other moire removal solutions :)
Edit: Even though I've tried to keep the filter as benign as possible, it is best to create a new layer and use a mask so that only the moire area is altered.
My filters/Jp/dechroma stoped working [ unbound avriable: aref ] . So I would just use the one in g'mic. I can not find one, with all the filters on it I thought there would be one, unless I am missing it?
Here is another update of the G'MIC framework, numbered 22.214.171.124 . Here is the Changelog :
- New mailing list for developers and contributors to the G'MIC project has been created. You can access it here : lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gmic-developers
- New command '-imageblocks3d' and corresponding plug-in filter 'Rendering / 3d blocks'...
I've created a mailing list 'firstname.lastname@example.org' to ease the discussion between G'MIC developers and contributors.
I recently received several mails from different regular contributors, and feel that :
- What is discussed in those 'private' mails could interest other people, even if sometimes, it is about quite technical stuffs.
- The ...
Hello, my name Veaceslav and I want to integrate G'Mic with digiKam(open source program for photo management)
So far, I found that I can be linked to a libgmic 32 bit library and to pass command line arguments(which is not ideal).
How can I reach developers to ask some questions?
I got an initiative from a friend of mine who wanted to adjust scanned 16 bit images and import them to Gimp. For this and similar purposes I created a filter Import 16bit image which can be used to import 16 bit tiff images to Gimp.
At least for me 16 bit Tiff import to Gimp has been broken for a long time, I get an error "TIFF directory is missing required "Ima...