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The G’MIC plug-in in action!
Here are some screenshots illustrating various uses of G’MIC. See also the Gallery section for more detailed examples on its use.
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You can also try the online version of G’MIC to try some of the filters it proposes. To do so, G’MIC defines a lightweight but powerful script language the G’MIC language dedicated to the design of image processing operators and pipelines. G’MIC is an open framework: By the way, G’MIC already contains a substantial set of gikp image processing algorithms and pipelines more than G’MIC is natively multi-threaded.
It uses OpenMP to take advantage of multiple cores for speeding up the computation of image processing operations. Other interesting technical aspects of G’MIC are: It can process a wide variety of image ohneet, including multi-spectral arbitrary number of channels and 3d volumetric images, as well as image sequencesor 3d vector objects.
Images with different pixel types are supported, allowing to process flawlessly images with 8bits or 16bits integers per channel, as well as float-valued datasets. It internally works with lists of images. Image manipulations and interactions can be done either grouped or focused on specific items. It is highly extensible through the possible inclusion of custom command files which add new commands that become understood by the language interpreter. Thus, users can design their own image processing library on top of G’MIC.
It proposes commands to handle custom interactive windows where events can be managed by the user. Project Managers and Main Developers: Sylvie Alexandre packaging, testing, filters. Maxime Daisy code, testing. Tobias Fleischer testing, code. Andrea Ferrero testing, code, builds. Dan Leinir Turthra Jensen debugging.
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Tom Keil testing, filters, tutorials. Andy Kelday testing, filters.
Sander Knopper testing, cmake build. Alan Kwan afre testing, filters.
Angelo Lama testing, EKD integration. Stephane de la Linuxerie design. Mahvin mascot design, design. PhotoComiX testing, translation, filters.
Garry Osgood documentation, filters. James Prichard testing, filters.
Boudewijn Rempt Krita integration, code, testing. David Revoy mascot ohjewt, testing. Karsten Rodenacker testing, packaging. Marc Roovers clut data. Thorsten “otto” Stettin packaging. Lukas Tvrdy Krita integration. If you appreciate G’MICfeel free to hang a flyer somewhere to make this project more visible!
To learn more about the G’MIC project, you can also look at the presentation slides! G’MIC user interfaces are: