On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 5:43 PM, Joao S. O. Bueno <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Thursday 02 October 2008, Kent Tenney wrote:
>> I ask this every couple years, the release of 2.6
>> seems like a time to have another go.
>> In my digital camera file prep workflow, the only step
>> which I can't script is the color tweaking. Each file
>> needs the curves adjusted manually.
>> I want the curves file automatically saved for each file
>> I prepare, creating files something like:
>> Then I could script the making of a new version of that image,
>> applying those curves to the original. I can then script the
>> required resampling, format conversion or whatever else the
>> latest requirement is.
>> Since I'm lazy I don't want to go through the clicking and typing
>> required to do this manually.
>> Just curious, is it any easier for a Python programmer to do this
>> in 2.6 than in 2.4?
> Not yet -
> Save for the documentation - Lars began working on the python docs. for the
> GSOC and we should complete it over the forecoming weeks - then at least you
> will have documentation.
> But also as part of this project we plan to change - for the easier - a lot
> otf things in doing python plug-ins for gimp 2.8.
> As for the curves: they are now auto-saved when applied, but with a time
> stamp, instead of filename. You will jwut have to fetch teh saved file and
> agregate it to your image somehow.
I see the file
gets appended with sections as images are adjusted.
The sections looks like ...
any relation to icc profiles?
will there be provisions to apply a saved curve to an image without the gui?
2.6 looks wonderful BTW.
> That said, mail me any specific need you have towards saving curves and and
> applied saved curves files form python scripts - it is likely we could have
> some utility fucntions to do this in the next version.
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