Updated versions of the plugins available on the new page.
What are these plugins
- yuv : a simple plugin to convert images to and from yuv in GIMP
- fourier : a plugin that does a FFT of an image
- The advantage of this plug-in over the other FFT plug-ins available is that it lets you work with the transformed image inside Gimp.
- It can be used to remove moiré patterns (see README.Moire).
You can download GIMP at http://www.gimp.org.
- Binairies for Win32, with all the DLLs
- Release 0.1.1 of the fourier plugins, with edge detection and a simulation in 16bits. The two latter are not supported any more.
- Release 0.1.2 of the fourier plugin (this is a zip file, but it compiles too on linux. I guess that more linux users know the unzip command than windows users the tar command 🙂
- Release 0.1.3 of fourier plugin, for GIMP 2.0
- Source files for YUV plugins.
- Some documentation (currently only in french)
How to use
On Windows, simply copy the binaries in the plugin directory of GIMP.
On GNU/Linux, download the source files, and type make; make install. You will need the development packages gimp-dev, glib-dev, gtk+-dev and fftw-dev.
- These plugins have not been fully tested, and these is certainly dozen of bugs. Mogens Kjaer <email@example.com> have corrected some (see his original version on ftp://ftp.crc.dk/pub/gpplugin). May 5, 2002
- The FFT plugin use a special pixel to store data to be able to make te reverse FFT. If this pixel is altered (can be often when using filters) the reverse FFT will give a blank or black image… I am open to any suggestion to improve this.