On Tuesday 28 February 2006 10:24 pm, scott s. wrote:
> I have some raster images that I need to combine.  Each raster is
> in tiff format grayscale.  What I want to do is load each file into
> a channel to create a color image.  The problem is, I can't figure
> out how to get an image, or layer, into a channel.  I can load a
> single image, and convert it into RGB which copies the data into
> all 3 channels, but then I can't figure out how to edit the 2
> channels I don't want into black.  I'm assuming if I could do this
> on all 3 images, I could then load them as layers and then compose
> them somehow.  It seems like there should be an easier way.   This
> is gimp 2.2.10.
> scott s.
> .

Hi Scott,

In image->mode menu , you will find the "compose" plug-in.
Use that.

The only catch is that all three images must be the same size bedfore 
combining, so you may have to crop/scale before doing that.


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