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  why gimp in mac has bad performance
Posted by: mcheung63 - Aug 19, 2017 18:37 - Replies (1)

Hi
why gimp in mac has bad performance? i am using gimp 2.8.22, i create a 1000x1000 144dpi image and fill it with solid color, it come out slowly.
thanks
from Peter (mcheung63@hotmail.com)

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  Duplicate Photo Finder
Posted by: jsmith - Aug 13, 2017 18:04 - No Replies

Anybody knows a better tool then this photo duplicate finder Angel

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Question How can I fix this?
Posted by: blueYOSHI - Aug 8, 2017 10:57 - Replies (1)

Hi, I got a problem with GIMP. First, take a look at these two pictures.
[Image: yAU0DDp.png][Image: SK3ghHi.png]
The first one is super clean, I did that one before some years. The second one looks a bit messy and just bad. I just don't know how to recreate the first one! If you got some ideas how I could do this, please answer. Im sure I didn't do it manually.

How I did this the second time:
I wrote the text with a size of 18px and used the blend tool to color it.
Copied the layer, did "alpha to selection", increased the size of it with "Grow" (listed under "Select") and used the blend tool again.
Redid that for all layers (4 in total).
Used "Scale Image" with "None" as "Interpolation". (the pic already looked the same before this)

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  "Unknown Filetype" error on any but .xcf
Posted by: beachboui - Jul 29, 2017 17:23 - Replies (1)

Just installed 2.8.22 on Win 7 64-bit. Gimp will not open any file type other than the native .xcf. No other graphic file extension is recognized by Gimp.

If I create a .xcf file, Gimp will not export to any other file type. No other file type extensions are even listed in the "Export As" dialog. Can someone help with this issue?

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  Size of thumbnail tabs
Posted by: grayich - Jul 29, 2017 10:09 - Replies (1)

How can I change the size of thumbnail tabs?

[Image: screen-2017-07-29-12-59-11_png_750x750_q85.jpg]

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  Help with Polar Coordinates!
Posted by: PositiveAnion - Jul 27, 2017 00:09 - Replies (1)

My planetary rings are distorted at th 12, 3,6 and 9 o'clock regions. What causes this, and is it fixable?

http://imgur.com/I3ZrZvj

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  Help with Polar Coordinates!
Posted by: PositiveAnion - Jul 27, 2017 00:09 - No Replies

My planetary rings are distorted at th 12, 3,6 and 9 o'clock regions. What causes this, and is it fixable?

http://imgur.com/I3ZrZvj

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  How to extend an Image from side to side softening the hard edge of image
Posted by: Flesh - Jul 20, 2017 22:13 - Replies (2)

I have an Animation of the Sun Series: see https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...9i7qfvNkVm3m6c

I use Gimp and Blender to make my Videos
as you can see from the Image below

[Image: Sun-2013-01168-720.png]

The Corona or Radiating Fire of the Sun has a edge on both sides sometime, sometimes they extend up and down, but not much, and the few times this did happen I fixed them by hand.

This is a NASA public domain images of the Sun in AIA 193 4096x4096 format, with an Environment image texture of the Stars as background.

What I want to do is soften the hard line so it looks more like this:

[Image: Sun-2013-01168-720-Soft.png]

I just did a fast Smudge by hand in GIMP, this was originally a Blender question.

There are over 33,333 images for one Year and I have over 6 years of images that I am working with, that is over 200,000 images, so I can not do this by hand in my lifetime since I am dying of Cancer my time is limited, I am old and have Arthritis as well, so it would be a very painful way to go out, and I might not finish it, so why start, but I wanted to finish this series, and go back and do years before the series started, which is 2010, so people can view the sun over a decade, but the hard edge looks bad, and I know there is a way to fix this, but I am not good enough at blender to figure it out, my guess is that I need to write a script that takes the edges of the images and blurs it side ways in an oval shape, the other option is to use Gimp, but I know even less about it when it comes to automating edits, not even sure it can be done, no idea how to do that, anyone have any ideas?

I originally did the video in 1080, now I want to render it in 2160, since the originals are larger then the 3840, it should look good at 4k, but I want to fix this issue since it will take a long time to render all these images in Blender.

Thanks

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  How to reduce the weight of font after increasing size to 2600
Posted by: JamesJames - Jul 20, 2017 13:11 - Replies (1)

Hi,

I increased the size of a font to 2600, but the line weight of the font, also increases, is there any way to decrease the font weight without reducing the SIZE?

In the attachment, I need The font in 2, to match the font weight in 1.

Thanks in Advance!!



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  HOW
Posted by: Aertew - Jul 17, 2017 01:04 - Replies (1)

AngryAngryAngryAngryAngryAngryAngryAngry HOW DO I USE THIS, I was trying to make a banner for youtube, then all of a sudden I misclicked, now I have nothing left but the normal art screen and tool box, what happened to everything on the right side? The backgrounds? And everything? How do I restore gimp and how the **** do I use this?

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