On Fri, Oct 3, 2008 at 7:01 PM,
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Quoting Kent Tenney <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
>> will there be provisions to apply a saved curve to an image without the
> If you have the GIMP Animation Package installed, you will find a plug-in
> named 'plug-in-wr-curves' which permits application of a curves file.
I don't have GAP installed.
I've installed Gimp 2.6 on Ubuntu 8.04 using .deb's from
apt-get install gimp-gap
do what I want?
or is there more to it?
(I don't want to try and see for fear of breaking things)
> GIMP Plug-in
> Wrapper for GIMP Curves Tool call based on Curves file
> run-mode INT32 Interactive, non-interactive
> image IMAGE Input image
> drawable DRAWABLE Input drawable (must be a layer)
> filename STRING Name of a GIMP curves file (saved by the Curves
> Return Values
> the-drawable DRAWABLE the processed layer
> Additional Information
> This Plugin loads a # GIMP Curves File, that was saved by
> the GIMP 2.0pre1 Curves Tool then calculates the curves
> (256 points foreach channel val,r,g,b,a) and calls the
> Curve Tool via PDB interface with the calculated curve
> points It also stores the points, and offers a
> GIMP_RUN_WITH_LAST_VALUES Interface and an Iterator
> Procedure for animated calls of the Curves Tool with
> varying values.
> Author: Wolfgang Hofer ([EMAIL PROTECTED])
> Date: 2.4.1; 2008/01/30
> Copyright: Wolfgang Hofer
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