Unfortunatelly, I don't know about your specific request (sincerely I donĀ“t know what is a SDK :) )

Anyway, if someone knows about how can I do ideas contribuitions for GIMP, please tell me.

Thanks,
Dalai Felinto
Rio de Janeiro
Brasil


2006/2/18, Limin Zhang <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
Hi Dalai,

Good point! However I am a newbie in image processing. I don't know
how diffcult to develop such a plugin. Maybe an existing SDK can help
me more because our project is very urgent. Do you know any existing
SDK for large image processing?

Thanks

Limin

On 2/17/06, Dalai Felinto <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> First of all, sorry the bad english, I' m a brazilian GIMPER.
>
> I have an idea about a new plugin that could help you.
>
> I gonna write an example of the functions:
>
> Two months ago, I was working in a Panoramica Job  manually (following the
> "Grokking the GIMP" book). The file was bigger then my mail sent-limit, then
> I smalled the image size by the half.
>
> After, at home, I did make all the job and get some satisfactory result.
> But, the small size of the image makes me redo all the work in the original
> file, step by step, just changing the sizes of the filters, selections and
> editions.
>
> Well, the plugin I thought, should start with a window indicating the actual
> size and resolution of the image, and asking the size and resolution we
> would like to work with.
>
> Then the original image and all the commands should be saved (in memory,
> external file GIMP file), while we are using they in a smallest image.
>
> At the end, the plugin "translates" all the commands to the original size
> and transform the original size file.
>
> The advantage of this plugin?
> Faster image edition.
>
> I think a plugin like this could help you too.
>
> This is just an idea, I don' t know "C program language", but I' m
> interessed in aid this development. I don' t know how to suggest this to the
> developers, but I think this plugin could be very useful for a lot of GIMP
> users.
>
> That's all Folks !!!
> Dalai Felinto
> Rio de Janeiro
> Brasil
>
> 2006/2/17, Campbell Barton < [EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> >
> > Hint- buy some more ram. - I have edited some 1.8gig images on a PC with
> > 4gig of ram using the gimp, its not that fast- but it was useable.
> >
> > I know you probably want an sdk that can handle images bigger then your
> > physical memory- but you cant have the best of all worlds.
> > Large images + Low Ram + Fast editing just isnt that possible- unless
> > the operations can be edited on tiles as you suggest. not all func's can
> > be tiled, so probably to save your self some time - buy a 1gig chip.
> >
> >
> > Limin Zhang wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > >  I am not sure if it is suitable to ask this question here. But
> > > it makes me crazy for many days.
> > >
> > >  I am looking for an image SDK which can process an image of size, for
> > > example, more than 1GB.  I tried to open an image file(*.tiff) of size
> > > 800MB GIMP on my computer, WinXP, PIV 2.4GHZ, and 1GB memory. It
> > > is too slow. It is impossible to edit it. Since tiled tiff can be used
> > > to store/process large image, I am wondering if GIMP makes use of it.
> > > If not, can anyone do me a favor to let me know what SDK I can use?
> > >
> > >  Sorry for the spam
> > >
> > >  Thanks a million in advance
> > >
> > > Limin
> > >
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