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
Yesterday, before I asked for help, I installed GIMP 2.10.12 and then G'MIC 2.6.7 plugin on my PC using Windows 10.
After spending several hours trying, unsuccessfully, to remove an unwanted object from my test photo I phoned an old friend for help.
Basically, he told me I don't want to be one of the trail blazers to work through the bugs of newest software versions wit...
Seems I have some problem, I just started using Gmic and when I apply local contract It makes these patches or bars ont he photo. sometimes when I zoom out they go away but after applying the filter they are there on the photo. see photo.
any help is appreciated.
I have installed gimp 2.9 on debian sid by a external repo.
Now in the filer list Gmic there isn't.
i use this script for update gmic on my pc:
mv ./gmic_gimp /usr/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/
Gmic not support Gimp 2.9?
Hello, I came across an iPhone app which can automatically detect the moving objects between different pictures of the same scene and alternatively delete them or sum them.
In ths first case, for example, you get an empty street without any car moving along it, even if there were cars.
In the second case, for example, you get multiple images of the same bird flying, all...
I am Korean..
I can not speak English ^^
So I got help from Google.
Your program is so grateful.
You(G'MIC) are a genius ^^ ..
I upload my video with a very grateful heart.
I would like to support your program for a long time ..
I have the gmic 2.0 plugin for Gimp
But I want to learn how to use the gmic command line interface.
Can I have both installed on the same computer without conflicts.
My computer has windows 7 installed
I have downloaded and installed the last version of GIMP 2.8.20 for MAC and I would like to add GMIC. I downloaded it and copied the plugin gmic_gimp into the directory indicated in the GIMP preferences but I didn't see the gmic filter under the Filters menu of GIMP. I have also installed XQuartz but I still don't see gmic in gimp.
Some suggestion? Where am I wrongin...
So I added the above photo to the pool and I wanted to show what I was able to get through G'MIC. Before I describe the process, some background on the photo: this was the last day before my flight out from Iceland and I took this from a moving bus, I had really wanted to stay longer at this valley town Varmahlíð ...
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 been following almost all the posts related to the circlism/shapeism filter as I am realy interested in ussing it.
I was wondering, is there any way that I can make the circles more smother on this great filter? Or maybe transfer it to SVG?