On 17/08/15 13:28, Marcwolf wrote:
HI.

I know that  Filters -> Distorts - > Polar allows you to take a rectangular
image and  curve it into a polar co-ord view.

But is there anyway one can do the opposite.

For example - I have an image of an eye.. The Iris and Pupil are circular.

What I want to do is to 'cut' it along a radius and then to fold it out so it
becomes a rectangle.

So that the pupil is at the bottom and the edge of the iris is at the top.
The original image being 128 x 128 pixels high but the new image being 128 x 408

Many thanks
Dave

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If you un-check "To polar" this is what it does?
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