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Importing other file extensions to Gimp (Edit)

Mar 5, 2011, 00:48 (This post was last modified: Mar 5, 2011 14:38 by GLakie.)
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Importing other file extensions to Gimp (Edit)
Hello

I'm pretty new to Gimp and was wondering if other file extensions can be installed into Gimp. Specifically Adobe and Corel pallette files. I'm sure there has to be a way. I just need to find it. (Edit) It dawns on me that maybe I should be more clear about what I'm dealing with. I have the ColorSchemer Studio for making palettes and with this can create them from original photographs. It will convert the files into HTML, CSS, ASE, AI, ACT, GIF, PNG, ACO, ACT, TXT, & XML. But not gpl as yet. Also, there are downloadable palettes that come in a .cs format and when you install them into Colorschemer, they are converted to RGB but when you export them, it will only export in the extensions I just mentioned. Not RGB.

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Mar 5, 2011, 01:03
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RE: Importing other file extensions to Gimp
GIMP uses plug-ins to open/save files, so there is a way. The question is whether someone has done it, and what can Gimp do with the imported files.

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