Ale's BIMP has been included in my builds for awhile. :)
On Sun, Oct 6, 2013 at 4:29 PM, mushi <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone !
> For some reason, I was in need for something similar to "actions" in
> "Actions" in Photoshop is like a record script : you can record every
> action you
> perform on a single picture, then paste the script on a batch, applying all
> actions to multiple pictures.
> But as far as I was told, it's impossible in Gimp (but I think I saw
> it's planned)
> There is a way to achieve this in Gimp using two plugins I found yesterday
> * First one is gimpscripter : https://github.com/bootchk/gimpscripter
> Basically, it's a plugin that makes ... plugins. Shortcuts, to be precise.
> installed, the plugin UI will let you choose a set of actions
> (gimp-actions and
> script-fu etc) and then record it as a shortcut (unfortunately, the
> actions set
> came for an old gimp version (2.4 or 2.6) so every action provided came
> that, missing some 2.8 features). Be warned, this plugin is not that easy
> * Second one is BIMP : http://www.alessandrofrancesconi.it/projects/bimp/
> This one is basically a batch processor, very close to DBP (David's Batch
> Processor). The thing is, I was quite happy to see the shortcut I made from
> gimpscripter appears in BIMP, because I was then able to apply a full set
> actions to multiple pictures !
> Et voilà !
> Please let me know if you have found this information helpful !
> mushi (via www.gimpusers.com/forums)
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