Gimp Plugin: G'MIC plug-in is out!

A few days ago I have test out the new version of GMIC plugin for Gimp and it sure has been a fun experience. I like the new improvement GUI and GMIC plugin is much more stable now. I must say, the new enhancements are really neat. The new version G'MIC plug-in is able to define image filters that get input from multiple layers. It naturally extends the possibilities of image processing a lot. It's a great plugin and the team behind this project are planning to add new functions of "Update filters" procedure that connects to the Internet to update the filter definitions.

Click HERE for those who want to download and test it :)

G'MIC is an interpreter of image processing macros whose goal is to convert, manipulate and visualize generic 1D/2D/3D multi-spectral image files. This includes classical color images, but also more complex data as image sequences or 3D volumetric datasets. G'MIC defines a simple macro-based language which allows the user to extend the number of available commands recognized and to define its own image filters and effects. It has been designed with portability in mind, and thus should run on a wide variety of different plateforms.

1 Response to "Gimp Plugin: G'MIC plug-in is out!"

Anonymous said... April 24, 2009 at 5:34 AM

New version of the G'MIC plug-in has been released. It has a lot of improvements compared to the one.

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